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Articles from Risk & Insurance (September 1, 2003)

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A liability your data can't afford: a proponent of online backup systems urges agencies to ditch their tape-based infrastructure. Cramer, Bob 1219
A London court has found in favour of Fairfax Financial in the case of Sphere Drake Insurance, a unit of Fairfax Financial's European run-off group. 94
A national strategy to fight cyber terrorism falls on risk managers: the federal mandate may well force the closure of the gap between the risk management and IT camps. Starner, Tom 1697
A post-industrial age turnaround. Rousmaniere, Peter 619
Assessing the state of the market: companies will be defined by the ability of the reinsurance market to handle future losses. Roberts, Jack; Crombie, Roger 1741
Blowing smoke: mixed signals at IIS powwow. Sherman, Maryanne 763
Business owners policy. 120
Calendar of upcoming events. 813
Doing battle in this hard market: while risk managers can't do much about premium increases, they are doing something to ease the burden of lengthy applications. Otrompke, John 1535
Employee benefits. 90
Enhancing risk management. 81
Facing a fragile future: though profitable in 2002, reinsurers face long-term challenges. Vowinkel, Patricia 1291
Filling a P/C niche: in a world of analysts cranking out studies "a mile wide and an inch deep," one consulting firm opts to go a mile deep and an inch wide. Tuohy, Cyril 569
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 87
From the editor. Tuohy, Cyril 342
Higher yields: how subrogation managers use the Web to recover claims: a subrogation unit may not only experience an increase in recoveries, but also a jump in the speed with which they can recover claims. Palmer, Elissa 596
Hoping to boost sales, GM dealers take a risk and hand over the keys to prospective buyers. Tuohy, Cyril 496
How emerging technologies improve claims quality: time to drive a stake in retrospective file audits which impede the improvement in claims measurement. Bowling, Maddy; Huth, David 1196
How not to spoil your case before going to court. Reeder, Robert R.; Mullen, Mark T. 667
How to manage the risk of punitive damages: companies that manage punitive damages as a separate category of risk are frequently better able to limit their exposures. Nugent, Lori S. 1628
Ironic risk: world's insurance haven ... at risk. Crombie, Roger 622
New Bermuda leader vows to keep insurers. Roberts, Jack 404
Offshore protection. 123
Property insurer FM Global and Worcester Polytechnic Institute will increase their collaboration on fire research and fire protection engineering graduate education, FM Global has announced. 85
Regional sales managers by territory. 219
Reputational risk: Marriott International Inc. hunts for alternatives to protect its brand. Quinn, Lawrence Richter 2835
Rethinking 'sacred cows' in measuring comp claims: defining quality in terms of "process measures" simply won't do in this market. Bowling, Maddy; Huth, David 1120
Rumblings of insurance alternatives at AIRMIC. Buck, Graham 829
The 12th Annual National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference[R] & Exhibit: November 19-21, 2003: Lakeside Center at McCormick Place * Chicago. 7185
The big split: insurers and reinsurers part ways over a 'malevolent mineral': insurers seem to believe reinsurers will pick up the tab for asbestos liabilities. Reinsurers aren't talking. Morris, Barbara A. 1370
The insurance industry should not be considered as a safety net for society unless people are willing to pay even higher premiums, Dennis Mahoney, the head of global insurance broker Aon, said at a recent meeting. 94
Waking up to Java: why risk managers need J2EE: integration, open standards and IBM's backing favor Sun Microsystems, platform. Haley, Jim; Ratliff, Mike 578
Why dot-net isn't 'dot-not': interoperability and operational stability give Microsoft's platform an edge. Lee, Josh 588
Willis North America. 90
Worker's comp parties: beware of Medicare! A year after settling a claim for $600,000, Medicare came knocking on the carrier's door. Meifert, Patty 1049
Worth repeating ... 166

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