The insurance industry is reacting to the recent realities that the Ebola virus has the potential to have an impact on U.S. based businesses.
Heritage Insurance Taking Over More Than Two-Thousand Commercial Residential Policies from Citizens – Is Your Policy One of Them?
If you’re an insured with a commercial residential policy issued by Citizens Property Insurance, or if you’re assisting an insured with a claim under one of these policies, it is important to know the answer to the question above.
Biometric Screening Requirement Under Wellness Program Violates ADA and GINA, According to EEOC Suit
The EEOC has challenged a third employer-sponsored wellness program in three months. Filed in federal court in Minnesota on October 27, the EEOC’s petition seeks to enjoin Honeywell International, Inc. from implementing its wellness program.
In Mt. Hawley Insurance Co v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London, 2014 IL App (1st) 133931 (Sept. 9, 2014), the Illinois Appellate Court broadly applied the estoppel doctrine against Underwriters.
The last few weeks the world has turned its attention to the Puna lava flow on the big island of Hawai’i. Two weeks ago I visited this subject as the ‘a’a (creeping) lava neared the town of Pahoa and the questions of whether the damages would be covered under a fire claim or an earth movement policy began to emerge.
Yesterday, I was up very early in the dark and flew from Tampa into a cool New Jersey morning in Newark – then drove down the Garden State Parkway along trees burning with red, yellow, and gorgeous shades of purple mixed with green.
Like everyone else, I have been following the Ebola outbreak news with a mixture of horror and fascination. I never in a million years imagined that I would have occasion to write about the Ebola outbreak on this blog.
When Tesco PLC announced on September 22, 2014 that its previously forecast first-half profit had been overstated by £250 ($408.8 million), the news of the accounting irregularities was “serious,” as Tesco plc’s CEO of less than a month’s standing at the time put it.
When courts first started tackling the new wave of suits challenging the church plan status of certain health care entities, I thought it an amusing curiosity, at best.
A Nor’easter began to wreak havoc in New England and the surrounding areas Tuesday and the inclement effects are expected to continue through Friday.