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Securing Valuable Assets | Bogle Agency Insurance,

Valuable assets are those that have a value above the norm. They may be particularly appreciated by you for sentimental reasons, or they may actually be more valuable than ordinary household possessions. They can be jewelry, art, rare books or simply unique things that are collected during the trip. Most homeowners' insurances provide limited coverage for these specialty items. Bogle …

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A dismissed worker can continue with retaliation

A worker who was terminated after submitting compensation to workers in part due to stress can proceed with his claim that his application was retaliation. In Sood v Tempur Sealy International Inc., the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina ruled on Monday that the employee could continue his retaliation for filing a claim for workers and …

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Quote in accident with force shear room

An aeronautical company did not improperly protect a machine that crushed an operator's finger, the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission held Monday in a unanimous decision. In Secretary of Labor v. Aerospace Testing Alliance the entire Commission returned an administrative judge's holding and the citation of $ 6300. while driving a power shear in a metal shop at an …

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House approves NFIP extension by one year

A measure to extend the national flood insurance program until September 30, 2021 was adopted by the US House of Representatives on Tuesday as part of a broader state funding law. The House voted 359 to 57 in favor of the financing measure, which must now be approved by the Senate. The NFIP will currently expire in a week on …

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Chubb units on hook for opioid defense costs

A state court in Delaware ruled Tuesday that Chubb Ltd. units are required to replace Rite Aid Corp. for defense costs in connection with multi-district disputes. Camp Hill, Pennsylvania-based Rite Aid units have been sued in more than 1,143 lawsuits by state entities, third-party medical payers and individuals seeking reimbursement for costs incurred as a result of its distribution of …

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GM is suing a former UAW official who sat on its board

General Motors LLC has filed a lawsuit against one of its former board members, a former union official, whom it accuses of participating in two "widespread and protracted criminal systems." International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, served as a GM board member from August 2014 to December 2017, according to the complaint filed September 14 …

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DOJ proposes changes to the immunity of the Internet platform

(Reuters) – The US Department of Justice unveiled a bill on Wednesday aimed at reforming the legal immunity of Internet companies and following up on President Donald Trump's earlier this year bid to crack down on tech giants. The proposal aims to limit section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which offers major technical platforms such as Alphabet's Google LLC …

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Shopify customer data is likely to be exposed when employees have access to records

(Reuters) – Shopify Inc. said on Tuesday that data on customers trading at less than 200 merchants listed on the company's e-commerce platform was likely exposed after two employees tried to steal transaction records. email, name and address and order details, but does not contain full debit card numbers or financial information, said the Canadian company Shopify said it immediately …

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Axa XL offers protected project prices for construction

Construction projects can qualify as a highly protected project and improve their insurance prices and terms with Axa XL's North American construction insurance business by using techniques to mitigate project risk, the insurer said in a statement on Wednesday. Insured commercial properties that contain additional risk and safety measures, such as sprinkler systems, are considered a highly protected risk and …

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SEC to vote on extended tipster bounty program

(Reuters) – The US Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday will finalize new terms for its whistleblower bounty program, which will result in rewards being issued more quickly and some rewards rising in value, said officials of the agency. They added that the amendments are intended to ensure that eligible whistleblowers automatically receive the current maximum allotment of 30% of …

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