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Over the past several years, we’ve been dedicated to understanding the water crisis in Haiti. Our efforts have grown tremendously to give Haitians access to one of our basic human rights: clean drinking water. Less than half of Haitians in rural areas have access to water. And if they do have access to water, they…

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Last month, thousands of men participated in “Movember” — a month of growing facial hair to bring awareness to men’s health. However, according to Forbes, beards and mustaches are making a serious comeback any time of year, and local barbershops have become more of an experience than a quick pit stop. The U.S. men’s grooming…

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Ask yourself the following: How many New Year’s resolutions have I fulfilled? How many are still left outstanding? With a new decade fast approaching, it is time to make sure all of what you set out to accomplish gets done. So, why are resolutions hard? According to U.S. News & World Report, 80% of resolutions…

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As reported by the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS), there are more than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations registered in the U.S. in 2019. This figure includes public charities, private foundations, chambers of commerce, fraternal organizations, civic leagues and many others. Nonprofits, for-profits and other businesses are already planning for a busy 2020. Many of…

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As more and more travelers forgo the traditional hotel experience in favor of companies such as Airbnb and VRBO, the demand for short-term vacation-rental condominiums continues to rise — and the trend has turned condos into a hot ticket item for property investors. Rightfully so: By 2020, vacation rentals are expected to topple the hotel…

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Every January 1, thousands of people set personal goals for the new year. The majority of these New Year’s resolutions — two-thirds according to Bodybuilder.com — are health-related, such as eating better and losing weight. The fitness industry spends substantially more advertising money toward the end of each year to capitalize on this resolution trend….

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Over the past year, we have witnessed many forms of event-driven litigation as a result of the #MeToo movement, cyber security breaches, wildfires, power shutdowns, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) scrutiny in pre-initial public offering (pre-IPO) companies, and the rise of shareholder activism. These events have consequently given rise to professional and management liability…

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We all know someone who has been affected by breast cancer in some way. Whether it’s our family member, friend, neighbor or colleague who has been diagnosed, breast cancer impacts the lives of many. With the month of October upon us, we are reminded of the importance of breast cancer prevention, detection and treatment. Many…

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Insureds can find themselves in hot water if they fail to report claims promptly to their insurer. One of the most important provisions for insureds to keep in mind when reporting a directors and officers claim is the notice requirement. Although specific notice-requirement language may vary in directors and officers forms, the intent is always…

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