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Crystal's Ram: Insurers Should Step Up Coverages for Intangible Assets

Shawn Ram, executive managing director, Crystal & Company, said many insurers have focused on physical risks but should also become better at covering intellectual property assets such as trademarks, copyright, goodwill and more.

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