Fighting Legalese with Digital, Personalized Contracts
February 27, 2019
The cost of legalese in business contracts is high. Companies must hire expensive lawyers to write the stuff. Their customers often miss important information because - really - when was the last time you read every word of one of those privacy agreements before clicking "Agree"? And if those customers lose faith in those companies because they are surprised by what they missed, they can swiftly air their grievances on social media.
Why Cyan is making insurers blue
December 19, 2018
Talk to any US directors and officers (D&O) insurer at the moment and the conversation will soon turn to Cyan. No, we haven’t all become obsessed with colour wheels and interior design. Cyan is shorthand for a case that came before the Supreme Court in early 2018 to decide jurisdictional issues for registration statement litigation.
Telemedicine – is there a trade off between quality and convenience?
December 11, 2018
Telemedicine has opened up greater access and choice of care for millions of Americans. As a supplement to in-person health visits telemedicine has many benefits but there are concerns that this might come at the expense of the quality of care – increasing the risk of dissatisfied patients and litigation against both healthcare providers that offer remote services and the technology companies that make these services possible.