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Hurricanes season 2019: What is shaping

Hurricanes season began on June 1 and runs until November 30th. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, predicts a 40% chance of "almost normal" hurricane season. There is a 30% chance that the season may be worse and a 30% chance that it may be better than the Middle Ages. For 2019, NOAA predicts a likely range of …

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Illinois Recreation Pottery moves toward the Governor's approval

Illinois governor's office is working to get Gov. JB Pritzker's signature on a bill that would make Illinois the first US state to legalize and regulate adult recreational cannabis by law. The Cannabis Ordinance and the Tax Law, Illinois House Bill 1438, were endorsed by both the State House and the Senate on May 31, and will enter into force …

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AIG promotes McElroy to head North American insurance

US International Group Inc. said Tuesday that it has promoted David McElroy, President and CEO of his Lexington Insurance Co. unit, to the new position as President and CEO of North America's General Insurance business. Mr. McElroy, whose appointment is immediate, continues to report to Peter Zaffino, CEO's insurance consultant and global managerial specialist. Mr. McElroy will continue to monitor …

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Hartford unit wins defense clothing suit against tech firm

A federal appeal court has confirmed a judgment in favor of a Hartford Insurance Group entity and claimed that the insurer was not obliged to defend an information management company in trademark laws due to policy approvals that exclude coverage. Reston, Virginia based Synaptek Corp was sued in disputes that charged it with alleged trademark infringement and infringement of unfair …

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Railway worker's injuries not covered by longshore comp

A railway worker's fall from a bridge spanning a river did not classify his damage covered by the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act. Muhammad against Norfolk Southern Railway Co., on the third panel of the 4th United States Board of Appeal reversed and abrogated a district court's court on Tuesday that the employee's negligence was excluded by the exclusive …

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Leonard is trying to get his hands around the logo writing

Unseating the two-time NBA champion Golden State Warriors in the NBA finals is not the only thing Kawhi Leonard in the Toronto Raptors thought this week. On Monday, Leonard – also known as Claw, Klaw or Hand because of his extremely big hands – Nike Inc. in the US District Court of California sued the use of a Klaw logo …

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Gluten intolerant boy can run disability suit at restaurant

A federal appeal court has reversed a lower court in a 2-1 decision and held a boy who was forced to eat his homemade gluten-free meal outside a restaurant that could continue its discrimination disputes against the establishment. [19659002] Eleven-year-old JD suffered from serious problems when he ate gluten, including stomach pain, cognitive impairment and temporary unconsciousness, according to Friday's …

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Refinery in controversial investigation commission governing files appeal

A refining company in the middle of a controversial Commission decision on occupational health and health surveys has filed a request for review with the 5th American Circuit Court. Wynnewood, Oklahoma-based Wynnewood Refining Co. LLC and its successors are requesting a review of that part of the Commission's decision on March 28 which considers "the application of the US Occupational …

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Marsh, Eos Affinity Platform Partner

Eos Venture Partners Ltd and Marsh LLC will work together to leverage the broker's Bluestream digital brokerage platform for business, says Eos on Tuesday. Affinity is a key focus area for Eos, founder Eos, founder Sam Evans, told Business Insurance in an email. Affinity partnerships will be important for developing new insurance models when it comes to accessing and engaging …

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NFIP extension included in Disaster Charge Bill approved by House

United States House of Representatives adopted the HR 2157 Disaster Relief Act on Monday, which would extend the National Flood Program to September 30. The US Senate had previously adopted its version of the Disaster Deduction Bill, including the NFIP extension, with an 85-8 vote on May 23. The legislator completed a two-week extension of the program last week signed …

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