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Climate Startup Aims to Narrow Gap in Flood Protection With Data

Flooding is the most common weather hazard globally and 83% of the damage it causes isn’t covered by insurance. A startup technology company on Thursday launched a new global flood-risk data service that its founders say will help narrow this “protection gap.”

Judges Appear Split in Fourth Cir. Trans Care Insurance Dispute

The North Carolina employee health insurance plan’s blanket refusal to pay for gender-conforming care sought by transgender state employees or employees’ transgender dependents is being considered by the Fourth Circuit following oral arguments Wednesday.

Newsom Irks Employers by Nixing California Unemployment Payment

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) proposes to cancel a planned $750 million payment to the US Treasury to pay back what it borrowed during the pandemic, when the state doled out billions of dollars in jobless benefits. Business leaders and their advocates in the Legislature suggest that keeping the state in debt could threaten job growth in California and harm the private sector as they face rising compliance costs.

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Can Businesses Win Fight Over Covid-19 Insurance Claims?

A growing number of businesses are suing their insurers over denied business interruption insurance claims due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But will they be successful?

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