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Stop Buying Insurance by the Old Rules – “Best Practices” Aren’t Helping You Now

Sep 28, 2020

Changes in business are coming at lightning speed, making “best practices” obsolete. This is powerfully true in how you handle risk in your organization, directly impacting two basic things – money and operations. So, ... Read More

Remote Employees: Cyber Nightmares or Warriors?

Sep 17, 2020

Have employees who work from home? They have targets on their backs—their virtual ones, at least. As the workforce was forced into a remote environment in March 2020, cyber crime rates exploded. The "bad actors" of the cyber world ... Read More

Risk Management: Knowing What Hides in Your Contracts

Aug 06, 2018

By Jack Mahoney — “If you always stop to read the fine print before signing anything, congratulations – your parents trained you well. If you don’t, beware,” cautions Jason Alderman in the Huffington Post. ... Read More

How OSHA’s New Injury Tracking Application Could Impact Your Business

Aug 02, 2017

By Mike Salazar — Attention, employers! As of August 1st, OSHA is ready to receive electronic reports of your OSHA logs of injury and illness, with the new final deadline being December 1st of this year. Employers who have 250+ ... Read More

Cyber Liability is Our New Reality

May 24, 2017

By Reid Putnam, Vice President, Property & Casualty — Whatever your business, you’re in the business of keeping private information private, I tell our Gregory & Appel clients. It’s never been the easiest of ... Read More

The Unknown Side of the Scale

Jan 20, 2015

Classically, the scale has been known as a universal symbol of law, logic, reasoning, and the principles of decision making. For many, though, the purpose of the scale is often misunderstood: it is often thought that the purpose of the scale is to “tip” and thus help make a decision for us. When one side is greater than the other, the scale will tip that way. In the courtroom, it’s often that we want the evidence to weigh one side down and “tip” our decisions.

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More Risky or More Aware of Risk?

Jan 14, 2015

Its can be an interesting macro look at how our culture use and views phrases, words, and ideas over time, and in the above case - the use of the word "Risk" In this case, its pretty remarkable that risk had fairly steady use over time, and then, some where in the 60's, this concept of "risk" began to appear more regularly in our writings.

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