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New England Insurance News
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The Standard, New England's Insurance Weekly, is now available in a digital format in addition to print.

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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
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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
Using Surplus Lines Markets (JLL 4/15)

It’s likely that at some point you will have to turn to the surplus lines marketplace for at least some coverages. While the circumstances vary from one account to another, the fact that you have to access these insurers should not in itself cause you concern. A nonadmitted insurer is not a lesser insurer. Nonadmitted insurers have more pricing flexibility and the ability to insure higher risk events and specialty risks. In this Letter we examine the surplus lines market: how it works, how it’s supervised, and how you can take advantage of it. In our John Liner Tip, we look at political risk insurance.

CSR Advisor
The CSR Advisor (CSR 4/15)
In this issue: Coverage notes: Builders risk insurance;  Industry insight: Intentional wrongs in workers comp;  Professional growth: Copyright infringement on your agency web site;  A look at the law: No duty to indemnify workplace sexual assault;  Test your knowledge: A look at coinsurance;  Two-minute memo: Documenting social media exchanges;  Monthly quiz: Coinsurance
Workers Compensation Outlook
Costly Impact of Misdiagnosis on Workers Compensation Cases (WCO 4/15)

Misdiagnosis and incorrect treatment are critical contributors to the complexities and longevity of workers compensation cases and, therefore, are drivers of associated costs. This issue of Workers Compensation Outlook examines the causes of diagnostic inaccuracy and offers ways to combat these errors, specifically, by bringing in medical experts.

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