Quarterly D&O Claims Trends: Q1 2017

Advisen

The first quarter of 2017 witnessed a surge in Securities Class Action filings.  In addition, merger objection litigation continued at a relatively high rate. A significant driver of this has been the prominence of litigation involving companies in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. On April 27, a group of panelists to discussed some of the differences between the two industries and the drivers of litigation.
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Spotlight

We are seeing unprecedented change in the ways that people can interact with service and consumer goods providers. As a result, consumer expectations are changing, driven by enhanced experiences that have introduced people to newer, easier, and more immediate ways of doing business with service providers.

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The MDM Journey to Customer Centricity in Insurance

Vision Ware

Listen to our Senior Vice President of Technical Services, Gary Stalker, discuss the challenges surrounding creating a single customer view within insurance organisations.
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Insurtech and Shared Data. Paving the Way for Superior Predictive Analytics Results

riskandinsurance.com

On-board sensors, telematics and wearables present ample opportunity for carriers and their insureds to collect and put to good use loss-prevention data. However, the Holy Grail in this endeavor is sharing that data in a transparent, collaborative way.
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Insurance Fraud

theclm.org

CLM is pleased to present our Webinar Series. We have many topics for you to choose from and attendance is open to all CLM Members and Fellows and Guests. The webinar topics are current and exciting - ranging from Alternative Dispute Resolution to Workers Compensation issues and are presented by claims, litigation and insurance professionals.
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What’s in it for me’: How will insurance change when customers control all of their health data?

abi.org.uk

It’s 2030. Customers have direct control over their health data and can share it with third parties at the tap of a phone. Protection and health insurers no longer need to ask GPs for medical records to validate their health profile – they can ask customers to share their health data with them directly. A new relationship of trust will be born. But will this create new barriers across insurance markets? Or will it create opportunities to transform how insurers are able to use that health data to partner with customers protect and support their health?
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We are seeing unprecedented change in the ways that people can interact with service and consumer goods providers. As a result, consumer expectations are changing, driven by enhanced experiences that have introduced people to newer, easier, and more immediate ways of doing business with service providers.

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