House Passes TRIA Renewal; Senate Leader Vows Quick Action Also

As seen on Insurance Journal: The U.S. House of Representatives voted to reauthorize a government backstop for insurers’ losses from acts of terrorism after lawmakers let the measure expire last month. The legislation, which will extend the ... [Continue Reading]

ERISA settlements top $1 billion

As seen on FARS News Agency Published: 1/7/2015 No other area of employment workplace law saw that kind of explosive growth last year. In fact, settlement numbers in other areas of workplace class-action claims were down, according to the 2015 ... [Continue Reading]

Hospitals Are Facing Cyber Threats

Preventing Cyber Attacks On Hospitals We are in an age where technology is everywhere, especially within the healthcare industry. The recent cyber attack on Community Health Systems has demonstrated our need to ensure that our hospitals and ... [Continue Reading]

D&O Insurance: Contract Exclusion Does Not Preclude Coverage for Intentional Misrepresentation Claim

As seen on The D&O Diary: By Kevin LaCroix on December 29, 2014 A recurring D&O insurance question is whether or not a policy’s contract exclusion precludes coverage for claims that the insured induced the claimant into entering a ... [Continue Reading]

2014 Was Landmark Year for Health Data Breaches

As seen on Health Data Management:  Greg Slabodkin DEC 26, 2014 When it comes to health data breaches, 2014 was a milestone year. Healthcare organizations accounted for about 42 percent of all major data breaches reported this year, ... [Continue Reading]

Year In Review: 2014 Healthcare

2014 Was The Year For Partnerships In 2014, most health systems trended towards collaboration in order to help navigate the continuing changes in the healthcare industry. Winston-Salem’s Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center This collaboration ... [Continue Reading]

Terrorism Insurance Program Set to Expire

As seen on The Wall Street Journal: Some Senate GOP Leaders Say They Hope to Take Up the Issue Early Next Year By: Kristina Peterson Updated Dec. 16, 2014 11:36 p.m. ET WASHINGTON—Congress ended the year Tuesday night without extending a ... [Continue Reading]