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 2016  
 How Your Health Insurance Premiums are Calculated - And How To Lower Them  Volume 14 Number 7
 HDHPs and HSAs: Pros and Cons  Volume 14 Number 4
   
2015  
 Keys to a Smooth Open Enrollment  Volume 13 Number 10
 Does Your Wellness Plan Need a Checkup?   Volume 13 Number 7 
 Affordable Care Act Update  Volume 13 Number 4
 IRS, HHS Cracking Down on " Skinny Plans"  Volume 13 Number 1 
   
2014
Avoiding Pregnancy Discrimination Claims
Volume 12 Number 10
The ACA and HSAs
Volume 12 Number 7
Clarifications & Changes to the ACA
Volume 12 Number 4
The ACA Expands Mental Health Benefits
Volume 12 Number 1


2013
 
Plan Now to Avoid the "Cadillac Tax"
Volume  11 Number 10
Affordable Care Act (ACA) Reminders
Volume  11 Number 7
Health Care Reform - General Information
Volume   Number 
Dental Benefits and the Affordable Care Act
Volume  11 Number 4
Insurance Exchanges: More Interstate Options, More Competition?
Volume  11 Number 1

 
2012
 
Better Benefit Communication for Better Employee Satisfaction
Volume  10 Number 10
Cash Balance Plans: The Best of Both Worlds?
Volume  10 Number 7
Qualified vs. Nonqualified Plans
Volume  10 Number 4
Health Care Reform: What's Happening in 2012
Volume  10 Number 1


2011
 
Consumer-Driven Plans: Ten Years Later
Volume  9 Number 10
The Coming Retirement Crisis
Volume  9 Number 7
Increase the Value of Your Benefits Program with Benefit Statements
Volume  9 Number 4

Architects and Engineers Reports

2014

Fast-Track Projects  Caution Curves Ahead  Volume 22 Number 3
Indemnities, Part 2: Where Agreements May Make Sense
Volume 22 Number 2
Indemnities, Part 1: Getting to "No"
Volume 22 Number 1
Staffing Decisions Impact Liability Exposures Volume 21 Number 3


2013
 
A Condo Comeback? Designers Beware!
Volume 21 Number 2
Jobsite Safety Part 2: Three Keys to Avoiding Liabilities
Volume 21 Number 1
Jobsite Safety Part 1: You Win Some, You Lose Some
Volume 20 Number 5
Part 2: CAD: Contractual and Ownership Protection
Volume 20 Number 4


2012

Part 1: CAD: Capabilities and Liabilities Evolve
Volume 20 Number 3
Comprehensive Scope of Services Boost Bottom Line
Volume 20 Number 2
Tight Budget, Limited Credit Leads to Underfunded Projects
Volume 20 Number 1


2011

Get It In Writing: Avoid Verbal Contracts
Volume 19 Number 5
Reducing the Chances of Third-Party Claims
Volume 19 Number 4
The Essentials of Negotiating a Limitation of Liability Clause Volume 19 Number 3
Project Evaluation is Now More Important Than Ever Volume 19 Number 2
Negotiating Insurance Requirements in Clients Contracts Volume 19 Number 1
Communication is the Key to Avoiding Claims Volume 18 Number 4


2010
Managing Jobsite Risks
Volume 18 Number 3
Prevailing Party Contract Clauses: Yes or No?
Volume 18 Number 2
Special Alert: UDC vs. CH2MHill Case
Volume  Number
Indemnities Part 2: Where Agreements May Make Sense
Volume 18 Number 1
Indemnities Part 1: Avoiding Added and Uninsurable Liabilities
Volume 17 Number 5


2009
Reporting Claims and Locking in your PL Coverage
Volume 17 Number 4
Understanding and Avoiding Fiduciary Liability
Volume 17 Number 3
Staffing Issues Front and Center with A/E Environmental Firms
Volume 17 Number 2
Getting Paid in a Slow Economy
Volume 17 Number 1


2008
Scope of Services: A Profitable Risk Management Tool
Volume 16 Number 5
Important Announcement RE: Indemnification in California
Volume 16 Number 4
Integrated Project Delivery
Volume 16 Number 4
CADD Part 2: Contractual and Ownership Protection
Volume 16 Number 3
CADD Part 1: Dealing with Today's Liabilities
Volume 16 Number 2
Top 10 Risk Management Questions Facing Design Firms Today
Volume 16 Number 1


2007
A Prudent Approach to Project Selection
Volume 15 Number 5
New Reporting Requirements for California Architects and Engineers
Volume 15 Number 6
Avoiding the Profit Squeeze
Volume 15 Number 4
Construction Management Roles, Responsibilities and Risks
Volume 15 Number 3
 
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