- Berkshire offers executive liability cover for Canadian pension sponsors
Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance on Monday said it has launched a policy to provide coverage for Canadian sponsors of large pension and benefit plans.
- Safety of health care workers, patients often at odds
DALLAS — There’s a disconnect between the safety of health care workers and patients, though the same hazards apply to both, according to a speaker at the American Society of Safety Engineers’ Safety 2015 Professional Development…
- Half of risk managers buying stand-alone cyber insurance
Slightly more than half of risk managers now purchase stand-alone cyber insurance policies, most carrying less than $20 million in coverage, according to a survey by the Risk & Insurance Management Society Inc. released Monday.
- Abbott and Costello heirs claim Broadway poaching
Critics have praised the Tony Award-nominated play “Hand to God,” but judging by a recent lawsuit, not everyone thinks it deserves a standing ovation.
- EEOC files third transgender-related lawsuit
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed its third lawsuit in which it charges a firm with sex discrimination based on its alleged mistreatment of a transgendered worker.
- Veteran captive insurance player joins new firm
Longtime captive insurance expert Les Boughner has joined Advantage Insurance Management USA L.L.C., where, as chairman, he will focus on developing Advantage’s captive insurance business.
- Guy Carpenter adds financial, cyber to casualty insurance model
Global reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter & Co. L.L.C. has launched financial institutions and cyber components of its GC ForCas casualty catastrophe modeling platform.
- Concrete worker hurt while goofing around qualifies for comp
The fact that a construction worker was engaged in horseplay when he injured himself does not disqualify him from receiving workers compensation benefits, the South Dakota Supreme Court ruled.
- Possible end to subsidy no prod to states on insurance exchanges
Don’t count on many states to quickly establish their own insurance exchanges to keep their residents covered if the U.S. Supreme Court this month strikes down premium subsidies in states using the federal exchange.