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Co-Packing and Private Labeling Liability
Part 1: It’s Our Brand, But Not Our Product

Because of the increased risk of lawsuits and recalls, more and more companies are looking to co-packers and private labeling as a way to transfer liability and keep the cost of manufacturing products down.

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How to Protect Healthcare Organizations and
Their Employees From Workplace Violence

Workplace violence is a recognized hazard in the healthcare sector that can take a toll on employees. Healthcare facilities serve the public, which increases their exposure to workplace episodes.

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WannaCry on a Friday? –
Mitigate your Cyber Liability with Cyber Insurance

The technology, information, and security officers of today certainly have no shortage of job security, with the seemingly endless supply of attacks on company networks. On Friday, May 12, 2017, cybercrime achieved a new record.

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The House Passes New Version of the AHCA

On May 4, the House of Representatives narrowly passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA). The AHCA was first introduced in the House in March, but was pulled from consideration when Republicans did not have enough votes to pass the bill. Attention will now turn to the Senate, where many members (including Republicans) have said […]

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New Washington State Retainage Law:
What does it mean to you?

The interests of general contractors (GCs) and subcontractors (Subs) often align. Details such as a project design free of defects, a well-coordinated jobsite, and prompt payment from owners are all examples. However, sometimes their interests do not align.

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