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Navigating the Commercial Property Market

Navigating the Commercial Property Market

Our experts met for a discussion on Commercial Property, including the current trends impacting the property market across the U.S. and Canada. https://vimeo.com/580897816/ad93c6b121

Commercial Property Insurance Market Overview

Commercial Property Insurance Market Overview

The Commercial Property Insurance market in the U.S. and Canada is continuing to experience tightening of capacity and rising premiums, although rates are not increasing at the rate of Summer/Fall 2020, according to a group of industry experts with Burns & Wilcox. This means brokers need to provide all the documents necessary for renewal or new policies to ensure they…

Property & Casualty 2021 Q2 Market Overview & Q3 Forecast

Property & Casualty 2021 Q2 Market Overview & Q3 Forecast

By Paul G. Smith, Corporate Senior Vice President, Carrier Relations, H.W. Kaufman Group As the world begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is abundantly clear, the “new normal” will reshape all of our organizations. One of our many goals is to keep you updated on the rapidly evolving insurance marketplace where adjustments have arguably never been more fluid.…

Ask the Expert Q&A: Commercial Property Insurance

Ask the Expert Q&A: Commercial Property Insurance

Fire, water intrusion, and on-site accidents are among the common perils threatening commercial properties on a regular basis. To learn more about Commercial Property Insurance, Crain’s Content Studio spoke with Tyson Peel, Vice President and Director, Property & Casualty, Burns & Wilcox Canada, Toronto, Ontario. What are the greatest risks for commercial property owners today? T.P.: Fire damage, water damage,…

Pandemic ‘Learning Pods’: Consider Risks Along with Rewards

Pandemic ‘Learning Pods’: Consider Risks Along with Rewards

As parents across the U.S. and Canada grapple with their children’s return to school amid a pandemic, “learning pods” have emerged as a potential solution to meeting kids’ academic and social needs while minimizing contact with large groups. Two mothers in Delaware County, Ohio recently launched Web Student Services, LLC, a learning pod startup that pairs certified teachers with limited…

Toxic Hand Sanitizer and Cub Scout Pins, Mislabeled Granola Underscore Recall Risks

Toxic Hand Sanitizer and Cub Scout Pins, Mislabeled Granola Underscore Recall Risks

Dozens of hand sanitizer products have been recalled or recommended for recall for potentially containing methanol, which can be toxic when ingested or absorbed through the skin. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first alerted consumers in June about the presence of methanol, also known as wood alcohol, in nine products. Since then, the agency has expanded the warning…

Hospitality Sector Adapts to New Risks, Restrictions as Casinos, Hotels Reopen

Hospitality Sector Adapts to New Risks, Restrictions as Casinos, Hotels Reopen

Caesars Palace, MGM Resorts and several other Las Vegas hotel-casinos are slated to resume operations starting June 4, according to the Nevada governor’s May 26 press release. Though Las Vegas casinos must implement requirements such as mandatory temperature checks for guests and are subject to various restrictions, reopening is a significant milestone in the embattled hospitality sector’s recovery from coronavirus-related…

Taking on New Risks: Businesses Evolve to Face Challenges Posed By COVID-19

Taking on New Risks: Businesses Evolve to Face Challenges Posed By COVID-19

Businesses in the United States and Canada have had to adapt to an unprecedented set of uncertain and rapidly evolving circumstances in recent weeks. According to a recent Goldman Sachs survey of U.S. small business owners, 96 percent say that they have already been impacted by coronavirus, or COVID-19. [bw_inline_quote author_id=\"Tyson Peel\"] Some businesses have reduced hours or shut down,…

Property Owner Sued Over Fatal Shooting at Apartment Complex

Property Owner Sued Over Fatal Shooting at Apartment Complex

Earlier this month, the parents of Jonathan Swierski, a 20-year-old man fatally shot last July in the parking lot of his apartment complex in Matthews, North Carolina, filed a lawsuit against the complex’s property management company, Highmark Residential LLC, citing “negligent security” as a factor in their son’s tragic death. The altercation that led to Swierski’s death outside Paces Pointe…

St. Patrick’s Day Drinking Poses Big Risks to Patrons and Businesses Alike

St. Patrick’s Day Drinking Poses Big Risks to Patrons and Businesses Alike

While everyone is Irish on March 17, nearly 40 million residents in the U.S. and more than 4 million in Canada actually claim Irish heritage. These Irish descendants, actual and adopted, make St. Patrick’s Day a highly profitable occasion for bars and restaurants. The holiday’s popularity is rising, according to the National Retail Federation: Americans spent nearly $6 billion last…

From Motorcycles to Life-Saving Devices, 3D Printing Full of Promise and Risk

From Motorcycles to Life-Saving Devices, 3D Printing Full of Promise and Risk

Every day, it seems, brings news of another milestone achieved thanks to 3D printing. Just last month doctors at Penn State Children’s Hospital surgically implanted a 3D-printed esophageal “splint” in 13-month-old Ramiah Martin, who was born without a trachea and with a malformed esophagus. Digital manufacturer Carbon and football helmet designer Riddell recently announced plans to make a 3D-printed football…

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