- SEC issues $3.6M award to whistleblower
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said Wednesday it has issued a $3.6 million award to a whistleblower whose information and help led to a successful enforcement action.
- Negligence claims against Amwins unit reinstated
A federal appeals court Thursday reinstated negligence claims against an Amwins Group Inc. unit in connection with property coverage it provided for a property management company.
- Most commercial prices rise in April: Ivans
Commercial insurance renewal rates increased in April for commercial property, general liability, umbrella, commercial auto and business owners policy while workers compensation renewal rates declined …
- Mental distress costs employers $5,000 per worker each year
Employees with mental distress cost employers nearly $5,000 per person a year in work days lost, according to research from the National Safety Council and the University of Chicago.
- Now hiring, really: Colonial Pipeline
Colonial Pipeline, made infamous for its recent ransomware attack that led to problems at the gas pump throughout the Southeastern United States, is hiring.
- Med mal rate increases likely to accelerate: A.M. Best
Medical professional liability rate increases are expected to gain further momentum this year as unfavorable profitability trends for insurers persist, according to a report by A.M. Best Co. Inc.
- Federal agency offers ransomware protection tips
Always use antivirus software, keep all computers fully patched with security updates, and use security products or services that block access to known ransomware sites on the internet, says the Natio …
- Colonial Pipeline reportedly paid hackers nearly $5M in ransom
Colonial Pipeline paid nearly $5 million to Eastern European hackers Friday after a crippling cyberattack that shut the largest fuel pipeline network in the United States, Bloomberg News reported, cit …
- Commercial auto results improve, forecast cloudy: Fitch
Commercial auto sector results improved in 2020, but price increases for the segment are slowing and severity trends could potentially worsen, according to a report Wednesday from Fitch Ratings Inc.