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The Evolving Partnership of Data Analytics and Claims
On A.M. Best, a panel of insurance, legal and claims experts discuss the increasingly data-driven nature of claims management.
Claimants still appreciate the personal touch
While technology can enable efficiencies and help expedite workflows, it is not a substitute for people in the claims process, industry sources say. Derek Royster spoke with Business Insurance about how technology is affecting insurance losses.
Claims adjusters lean on technology to speed response to hurricane losses
From drones to data, technology is enabling and enhancing the claims process, outsourcing and automating certain functions to allow adjusters and others to function more efficiently. Derek Royster spoke with Business Insurance about this topic.
Separating Causation, Liability and Economic Damages
In today's litigation world, it seems that everyone is focused on liability, liability, liability. And while liability is central to a dispute, it is not the only piece that must be considered, as Jeff George explains in Law Week Colorado.
What is Your Case Worth Today?
What is the value of a contested estate? In this article, Libby Smith shares her insight and discusses two leading U.S. Tax Court cases in this area, Estate of Lennon and Estate of Foster.
6 Surprising Ways Consumers Are Using Cryptocurrencies
Bitcoin and other virtual currencies aren't only used for investing transactions. Briggs Stahl recently spoke with US News & World Report about one way it is being used.
Intellectual property insurance still under valued despite rise of cyber attacks
There still appears to be a significant disconnect between the understanding of cyber risks and the response to them at board level. In Insurance Post, RGL Forensics partner Ben Hobby explains that as a result companies might have already suffered, or are about to suffer, a cyber-attack resulting in a loss of intellectual property.
Reversing the Tax Burden of Alimony
Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, alimony payments will be neither tax deductible for the payor nor taxable in the hands of the recipient. Briggs Stahl and Connie Rossi discuss in Family Lawyer Magazine.