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Consider Reporting COVID-Related Losses

A Missouri court is opening the door to business interruption claims Early discussions about business interruption coverage for COVID-19 losses were discouraging. We reported in March that most property and casualty policies don’t include coverage

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Ready to Rebound? Have a Plan for the Unexpected

2020 has forced businesses to be flexible and adapt in an ever-changing environment. There has been the pandemic, but other sudden events, such as the Cedar Rapids derecho, have been curveballs as well. Businesses have

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New DoD Cybersecurity Certification Requirement this Fall

The Department of Defense (DoD) recently announced it will require its new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) for all new bids this fall. The third-party certification is meant to protect sensitive defense information. We recently

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Boost Your Competitive Advantage With a Payroll Audit

Classifying your employees’ payroll properly is critical at any time, and it can get especially hairy during all the changes we are seeing related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Suspending or limiting operations or requiring employees

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Business Interruption Insurance and COVID-19

Almost every business is scrambling to manage the potential effects of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. And rightly so. Whether they’re concerned about protecting employees and clients or anticipating the effects of supply-chain slowdowns or quarantines,

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Early construction market outlook positive for 12+ months

If there’s one thing constant about the markets, it’s that they’re always changing. And the coronavirus is challenging all current assumptions about the construction market outlook. Supply chain slowdowns are already affecting construction sites, and

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Firsthand Insight on Coverage Gaps for Architects and Engineers

Architectural and engineering firms have a unique set of liability coverage challenges. After spending six years as a mechanical engineer in the oil and gas industry, I’ve seen my share of gaps. And I’m excited

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