I’m excited to let you know that the Corporate Insurance Blog has been listed as one of the Top 50 Insurance Blogs for 2009. You know, it was an honor to be nominated, as all of the people at awards shows say, but come on, it’s even better to win!
Thanks very much to my friends at Lexis for the honor and the award.
After some very careful review and a great deal of deliberation, the LexisNexis Insurance Law Community has selected its Top 50 Insurance Blogs for 2009.
We’d like to express gratitude to our Community members for your comments and suggestions. All of you submitted many of the new names on the 2009 Top 50 list and we thank you for infusing so much fresh talent into our Community. We also want to specially thank the LexisNexis Insurance Law Advisory Board for giving us their input.
These top blogs offer some of the best writing out there. They contain a wealth of information for all segments of the insurance industry, and include timely news items, expert analysis, practice tips, frequent postings and helpful links to other sites and sources.
Demonstrating on a daily basis that insurance makes the world go round, these blogs also show us how insurance issues interact with politics and culture. These sites also demonstrate the power of the blogsphere, by providing a collective example of how bloggers can—and do—impact and influence the law and the business of insurance.
Here is how they described the Corporate Insurance Blog on the list of awardees:
Corporate Insurance Blog – https://corporateinsuranceblog.com/
Written and Maintained by Scott Godes
This blog is for corporate policyholders, risk managers, and in-house counsel who deal with insurance policies, programs, purchases, renewals, claims, and recovery. It offers a fresh perspective, top notch writing, keen insight, and tackles the tough issues head on.
Many thanks to my friends at Lexis for the recognition, kind words, and the award.
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