Monthly Archives: February 2014

Caveat Emptor: Let the Buyer Beware

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An article posted by Property Casualty 360 states a simple truth — Insurance contracts are complicated documents, especially for the average consumer. If you have ever gone through a disaster like a hurricane, flood, tornado, fire, power outage, or cyber attack you are probably familiar with the expression “Buyer Beware”.  In fact after Hurricane Sandy, […]

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Proposition 65: How are you exposed?

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Imagine your company receiving a 60-Day Notice of Violation related to California Proposition 65. Are you familiar with this Proposition? The Notice alleges that one of your products contains lead and as a result of the sale of this product, exposures to lead have been occurring without clear and reasonable warnings on the product as […]

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