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America: at the Intersection of Freedom of Speech and Risk

If you believe the attack on the US Capitol this week was called in by President Trump, then we have absolutely arrived at this critical intersection. But is the issue freedom of speech exactly, or is...

Judy Selby Discusses Proposed COVID-19 Business Interruption Legislation in Law360

Hinshaw partner Judy Selby was quoted in a Law360 story that reviewed measures being considered by several state legislatures that would retroactively expand business interruption insurance policies...

Global Briefs – January 2020

Kazakhstan – new financial regulator starts operating from January 1 On January 1, 2020, as part of the reorganization of the National Bank of Kazakhstan, an agency on regulation and development of the...

How (and why) to read a NAIC U.S. Statement of Actuarial Opinion (Property/Casualty)

  By Grover Edie Loss Reserves are generally the largest liability listed on an insurance company’s balance sheet. Loss Reserves are the amounts set aside to pay for claims that have already occurred...

Corona Virus and Family Feuds in Workers’ Comp

  By Marci De Vries-Todtz, Fraud Sniffr Last week we received our first requests for social media searches on Corona Virus illness fatalities from Workers’ Comp adjusters, and we are eager to share...
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Is the Insurance Office Going Away for Good?

  By Duke Williams, Simply Easier Payments The coronavirus pandemic is already changing the way that American businesses operate, at least temporarily. But look closely and you can see the potential...

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