March 26, 2014
Intellectual Property Risk – Strategies for Managing Patent Risk
The issue of managing your intellectual property (IP) is becoming an increasingly important topic. The reason is that the world is placing an increasingly greater value on ideas.
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Paul Duchaine
March 12, 2014
Construction, Alterations and Major Repairs
Commercial buildings are insured based on specific information provided to the insurance company through your broker: type of construction, age, occupancy, location, fire protection systems and claims history are some of the more important facts considered by underwriters before they offer terms and set rates on a property risk.
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Gilles Gervais
Gilles Gervais
March 5, 2014
Foreign Culture and Language in a Risk Management Context
Be it for leisure or work, discovering a new part of the world, its culture and a foreign language is always exciting.
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Anne Taylor
Anne Taylor
February 19, 2014
Do your indemnity clauses and contractual insurance requirements match your insurance coverage and are you checking regularly?
Most companies will be faced with agreements that require them to take on someone else’s obligations (indemnification clauses, sometimes called hold harmless agreements).
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Rick Adam
Rick Adam
February 5, 2014
Loss Control Engineering
Loss control engineering can be a perplexing profession to those unfamiliar with the field.
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Martine Douce
January 29, 2014
Renewed Interest in Credit Insurance
Knowledge of the market and more precisely of its structure is indispensable in understanding pricing and evaluating the appetite of insurers for “geographic” (country) risks.
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Sacha Vaillancourt
Sacha Vaillancourt
January 15, 2014
Parents: Key Partners in the Athletic Development of our Youth
It’s no surprise that elite athletes such as Tiger Woods, Wayne Gretzky, Joannie Rochette and many others attribute much of the credit for their success to their parents.
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