Our Summer issue is in, again showing why our magazine has award winning coverage of the industry as well as layout and design.
TAKING THE STAND
By Glenn Gibson
Think you’d be a credible witness? Think again. Effective courtroom testimony isn’t as easy as it looks on TV or in the movies. Relating critical details and being believable involves preparation and attention to demeanor and appearance.
ONE SIZE DOESN’T FIT ALL
By Jim Cameron
How to select a suitable claims process.
WHEN NO DOESN’T NECESSARILY MEAN NO
By Thomas J. Donnelly
Its important to realize that a denial of coverage doesn’t necessarily mean there is no coverage for a loss.
COOKSON AND WALKER
By Eric Walker and Karen Rutherford
Some are innately gifted in charting a course and inspiring others. But even those who were not born to take charge can go on to learn the necessary skills.
SURETY AS A RISK MANAGEMENT TOOL
By Robert Smith
The surety product is often overlooked as a viable and affordable risk management tool, but it can be invaluable in protecting an organization’s assets and investments.
By Daryl-Lynn Carlson
Backed by the p&c industry, SMARTRISK pushes for a national injury prevention strategy.
By Christine Siemiernik
The Electronic Courthouse takes alternative dispute resolution online.
By Deanna Dun
Winnipeg, the geographical heart of Canada, will be hosting this years RIMS Canada Conference
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