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At the Thursday afternoon lunch session at the 2017 PLUS D&O Symposium The D&O Diary was in New York last week for the 2018 version of the Professional Liability Underwriting Society’s annual D&O Symposium. It was great to see so many people who had traveled from...

The state of Texas will install air conditioning in a notoriously hot prison after reaching a settlement with inmates in a federal class action lawsuit, reports the Texas Tribune. The air conditioning will go into the housing areas of the Wallace Pack Unit, where temperatures...

The Arizona man who sold bullets to gunman Stephen Paddock was charged Friday with conspiracy to manufacture and sell armor-piercing ammunition without a license. Douglas Haig, 55, is the first person to be charged in connection with the Las Vegas shooting investigation, the Las Vegas...