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Articles from Risk & Insurance (June 1, 2005)

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A healthy new direction: how UnitedHealthcare is changing the way people think about their health. Advertisement 871
An age of emboldened Davids: the court has made it easier for small companies to challenge financial services industry Goliaths in the protection of intellectual property. The industry's behemoths however, seeking to defend their interests, have taken pre-emptive action by filing patents of their own. Henry, Steven J. 1981
Aon Corp. 85
Behind closed doors. Roberts, Jack 265
Compliance. 107
Dwellers of the valley of the rifts: "buyer beware" need not apply henceforth, proclaims Marsh's new CEO. Yet Aon's chairman beseeches buyers to simply "be aware.". Tuohy, Cyril 1850
Easier, faster, cheaper, better. Rousmaniere, Peter 596
Errors & omissions. 133
Expanding the reach of RMIS: in today's world, risk managers need information they can act on, and a risk management information system that can deliver it--now. That means interesting times are ahead for RMIS vendors. Fitzpatrick, Michael 1584
F. A. Richards & Assoc. Inc. 112
FARA Security Services Inc. 91
GE Insurance Solutions. 95
Gearing up for more age-related battles: a Supreme Court ruling, changing demographics and underfunded programs turn the tide against public risk management bodies. Kerr, Michelle 466
How buyers can slide back into the driver's seat: risk managers have an important role to play in keeping their brokers honest and fair in the wake of allegations of bid rigging, steering and contingent commissions, one consultant argues. Lee, Charles 1283
In search of a TRIA solution. Kende, Christopher 552
Industry risk report diversified financial. 1013
Investigation services directory. Buyers Guide 3161
Liability. 180
Lloyd's 'great escape': chairman Lord Levene escapes a disastrous tsunami and his company is on the hook for a relatively small sum of about $190 million. Otrompke, John 563
Mixing it up: Fifth Third Bank has followed a mixed policy of centralized and decentralized approaches to operational risk that lets the risk manager of each business line implement the standards and processes shaped at the home office in Ohio. Green, Paula L. Cover Story 1842
P/C rates soften in 1st quarter. 100
Politics triumph over justice. Crombie, Roger 590
Property Casualty Insurers Association of America. 138
Property/casualty Zurich, one of the nation's largest property-casualty insurance providers, has announced that it is bundling a number of coverages typically available by separate endorsements into a single package. 107
Property/casualty. 117
Riding on the edge: horse riders have been more concerned about insurance coverage after accidents that resulted in the death of jockey Michael Rowland and left jockeys Gary Birzer, Remi Gunn and Tony D'Amico seriously injured. One sticking point to setting up an insurance fund for workers, however, is that the industry does not have accurate loss histories. Vowinkel, Patricia 3283
RIMS elects board. 123
Risk execs ignored. Breyley, Ken Letter to the Editor 231
Settlement presents buyers with options: in or out: either way, buyers are left with lots of work ahead. Tuohy, Cyril 746
Small broker reels in a big catch: a team of key brokers have jumped ship to DeWitt Stern in the wake of the troubles at Marsh. Yahn, Steve 811
Suit up! Class-action litigation involving benefits brokers pits A-list defendant carriers against Fortune 500 behemoths. Mead, Peter 1594
Their risks are your risks. Strazewski, Len 559
Upcoming events. Calendar 253
Why hybrids are hot: the value of hybrid predictive models, which allow employers and health plans to analyze claims and health-risk assessment data, outweigh the benefits of using either model by itself, proponents of hybridized models argue. Allen, Russ 2048
Why SCIF grew. Somsen, Steve Letter to the Editor 215
Workers' comp. 98

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