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New England Insurance News
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The John Liner Review

The Quarterly Review of Advanced Risk Management Strategies

Written by experts, for experts, each issue brings you the latest, most innovative thinking in risk management and business insurance.

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Risk Management Updates
Risk Management and
Insurance Audit Techniques

Two-Volume In-Depth Guide to Risk Management
The most complete and accurate guide to coverages, rating plans, risk management, and alternatives to insurance on the market today. Available in hardcover, on CD and in an online edition. 
Bank Insurance and
Risk Management

Financial institutions have unique risks -- especially today. Get the reference that shows you how to structure a risk management program specifically for financial institutions. Updated quarterly to keep you up-to-date.

The John Liner Letter
Independent Contractor Risk And Coverage (JLL 7/14)

While most workers are employed by a single organization and have a regular schedule, many workers today have a nontraditional work arrangement. These arrangements involve a number of issues, but one of the most troublesome is the misclassification of independent contractors. Another involves contractors’ potential liability for the workers compensation obligations of subcontractors they hire. Additionally, employee leasing arrangements are fraught with complications. This Letter examines these concerns.

CSR Advisor
The CSR Advisor (CSR 7/14)

In This Issue: Coverage notes: Condo coverage and responsibilitiesIndustry insight: State guaranty fundsProfessional growth: Competing against direct writers;  A look at the law: Insurer cannot depreciate cost of labor;  Test your knowledge: Intentional pollutant dischargesTwo-minute memo: Curbing aggressive driving;  Monthly quiz: Federal flood insurance

Workers Compensation Outlook
Reducing Back Injuries and Their Costs (WCO 7/14)

Back injuries are the number one workplace safety and health problem. In this issue of Workers Compensation Outlook, we examine the most common back injuries encountered in industry and service jobs, the implications of the ADA and OSHA in connection with such injuries, and some suggestions for back programs that work.

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