• 2018 Women to Watch

    The Business Insurance Women to Watch Award program is evolving as we continue to celebrate the achievements of outstanding female executives in the insurance and risk management sector. Read the profiles.

  • The BI Top 10

    This week’s most popular stories include a class action lawsuit against Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.’s captive unit, a probe into the reserves of Markel Corp.’s CATCo subsidiary, and more.

  • Court denies motion to dismiss lawsuit over OSHA record-keeping rule delay

    The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has denied the Trump administration’s motion to dismiss litigation challenging the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s decision to suspend parts of its electronic record-keeping rule.

  • Snow-plowing lawn man convicted of comp fraud

    A northeast Ohio business owner must pay the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation nearly $34,000 in restitution after the agency found him working and running a business while collecting disability benefits, the bureau announced Friday.

  • Comp premiums continue to fall in California

    Written premium in California continues to drop, with the first nine months of 2018 at 3% below the same period for 2017, according to a quarterly experience report released Wednesday by the Workers’ Compensation Rating Bureau of California.