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  • DIY: How to Build a Catio for Your Best Friend
    by Kelli Rascoe on October 23, 2020 at 9:08 pm

    Read on to learn more about how to build an enriching cat friendly space for your best friend. The post DIY: How to Build a Catio for Your Best Friend appeared first on The Trupanion Blog.

  • N.C. Ruling Goes Against Prevailing Judicial Wisdom on COVID-19 Business Interruptions
    by Jeff Dunsavage on October 23, 2020 at 1:43 pm

    A North Carolina court has ruled that Cincinnati Insurance Co. must pay 16 restaurants’ claims for business income (interruption) losses due to government-ordered COVID-19 shutdowns – a decision that runs counter to those of most judges who’ve ruled on similar cases. As hundreds of COVID-19-related lawsuits regarding business interruption coverage make their way through U.S. … Continue reading N.C. Ruling Goes Against Prevailing Judicial Wisdom on COVID-19 Business Interruptions →

  • Puerto Rico Court of Appeals Revokes Two Accord & Satisfaction Rulings on Hurricane Maria Claims
    by Julitza Perez on October 23, 2020 at 10:00 am

    On September 30, 2020, the Puerto Rico Court of Appeals revoked the rulings held on two (2) Accord and Satisfaction cases. The first case, Victor Cruz Perez v. Universal Insurance Company,1 was reversed due to the insurer’s failure to prove that all elements of Accord Satisfaction had been fulfilled. Elements of Accord and Satisfaction: A… Continue Reading

  • How to Write Web Content with SEO Value
    by Heather Sloan on October 22, 2020 at 5:34 pm

    If you write web content, and it’s good, readers will come … in theory. In reality, you need to make sure those readers can find your great content. That requires SEO, or search engine optimization.

  • Businesses Large and Small Need to Be Cyber Resilient in a COVID-19 World
    by Maria Sassian on October 22, 2020 at 4:13 pm

    By Loretta Worters, Vice President, Media Relations, Triple-I Advanced Persistent Threat groups and cybercriminals are likely to continue to exploit the COVID-19 pandemic over the coming weeks and months.  Weak and stolen passwords, back doors, applications vulnerabilities, malware and insider threats have been among the most common causes of data breaches in the past.  But … Continue reading Businesses Large and Small Need to Be Cyber Resilient in a COVID-19 World →