Educational institutions increasingly are targets for data breaches, but risk management tools can minimize the damage.
Surviving a standing motion is not always as easy as commentators predicted it would be.
Recent data breaches present a wake-up call for those whose systems and procedures are not designed to detect one in a timely manner.
T-Mobile's troubles reveal the vulnerability an organization faces when a partner or vendor has access to its customer data.
The time is now for corporations and their lawyers to put information security on their radars.
21st century approaches to mock trials and jury selection.
Steps to managing your expert team before a large loss comes your way.
PacSun's Senior Risk Analyst has laid back style in fashion but treats injured workers with keen attention.
What claims professionals need to know about illegal goods.
Communication and examining underwriting provide a good starting point for combating new forms of rate evasion.
Salvage integration is critical to improving efficiencies in the auto claims process.
New joint employer standard is likely to be source of confusion and angst.
Finding the appropriate and best balance between less and more in workers' compensation outcomes.
The valuation process for long-lived assets learned from the Panama Canal.
Euclid Specialty Managers' Christopher Ziemba and three other insurance industry leaders respond to this month's question.
Was someone at your company the first to earn the Certified Claims Professional designation from CLM’s Claims College?
Knowledge of the rules of evidence is critical to proper claims evaluations.
State news and updates from CLM chapters, reps, and committees.
Xchanging Insurance Services’ vice president, North America, shines a light on innovation in his organization, which handles $50 billion in premium and claims transactions each year.
Argo Group U.S.’ Senior Vice President, Chief Claims Officer, provides advice for a younger generation and explains the challenges she faces.