From the monthly archives:

February 2012

The hacking collective known as anonymous has suffered a setback. It was announced this morning that Interpol arrested 25 people with ties to the activist group. On Tuesday, Interpol said that it begun looking for the hackers as part of “Operation Unmask,” an initiative that launched in mid-February. The investigation was launched after Anonymous members [...]

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Directors and officers and the insurance companies that insure them often have a complicated relationship that can be both cooperative and adversarial. And as Richard Giller of Alston & Bird LLP explains in an online exclusive article, this relationship becomes even more complicated in the face of a lawsuit that strains the parties’ ability to [...]

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On the heels of Ernst & Young’s recently released 2012 Global Consumer Insurance Survey, I spoke with David Hollander, Ernst & Young’s global insurance advisory leader, to ask a few questions the report brought up. The report states that, in regards to younger P/C consumers, the brand can command a higher premium. Do you find [...]

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Risk Management, along with numerous other publications, have covered the serious problem of concussions — and their repercussions — within the NFL. From the sad stories of Andre Waters, Terry Long and Tom McHale, the bad press surrounding the situation has worsened as science has begun to link frequent, recurring concussions to brain damage. Many [...]

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