Month: March 2019

Federal and State Court Split on Procedure for Alleging Bad Faith | Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

Minnesota Statute section 604.18, commonly known as Minnesota’s Bad Faith Law, permits an insured to add a claim to recover taxable costs based on an insurance company’s bad faith denial of policy benefits. The procedure for bringing a claim under section 604.18 differs from most states. Generally, an insured is strictly prohibited from including a …

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The Lazy Trainer’s Guide to Designing Effective eLearning Courses

Robert Heinlein had it right when he said, “Progress doesn’t come from early risers — progress is made by lazy men looking for easier ways to do things.” Working hard is overrated. Working smart is where it’s at. As a trainer designing eLearning courses for your organization you don’t want to reinvent the wheel every …

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The Grace Hopper Guide to Exceptional IT Leadership

Grace Hopper. For techies, and especially female techies, that name brings to mind an incalculable list of merits and achievements that have made her a hero for many IT managers today. Aside from working on the UNIVAC 1 (the second commercial computer in the United States), founding programming language COBOL, and popularizing the term “debugging” …

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