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Insurance Act 2015: a new landscape? download subscription

Addleshaw Goddard 15-May-2015

Addleshaws presents a visual guide to the new landscape of insurance law under the Insurance Act 2015 Act, focusing on key changes concerning business insurance law.

Security bosses don’t trust cyber insurance products download subscription

KPMG 6-May-2015

Mass scepticism greets insurance products intended to protect businesses from cyber-attacks.

Foreign investment in the Indian insurance sector – the mega-reform download subscription

Khaitan & Co 21-Apr-2015

Foreign investment limit in the insurance sector has been increased from 26 per cent to 49 per cent, and other changes.

US: user-based insurance – more regulation on the way download subscription

Dentons 20-Apr-2015

The National Association of Insurance Commissioner’s Center for Insurance Policy and Research (CIPR) recently released the findings of its study on telematics-supported usage-based insurance.

Representations and warranties insurance in M&A transactions download subscription

Dentons 8-Apr-2015

Negotiations over representations and warranties and the related indemnification in M&A transactions are often time-consuming and costly, even where the parties fully agree upon the purchase price.

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Serving debtors through social media download subscription

Gateley 20-May-2015

For the first time, a court has permitted a trustee to tell a bankrupt of bankruptcy proceedings by posting on their Facebook page.

Stichting Shell Pensioenfonds v Krys: BVI/US views on cross-border anti-suit relief download subscription

Conyers Dill & Pearman 14-May-2015

Clarification on a liquidator’s authority in relation to anti-suit injuctions and more.

Court assists creditors: Davy v Pickering weblink subscription

Walker Morris 11-May-2015

Some 10 years after having received advice from the defendant the claimant learned that the advice had been negligent and had caused him loss. 

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Family Briefings

Surrogacy law in the UK and abroad download subscription

Goodman Derrick 19-May-2015

There are reportedly 1,500 children born to UK parents in overseas jurisdictions each year. 

Need for improved support to brain injury victims download subscription

Neil Hudgell Solicitors 19-May-2015

Someone is admitted to a UK hospital with an acquired brain injury every 90 seconds.

Fiduciary quarterly update, May 2015: Singapore risks; divorcing beneficiaries; and more download subscription

Collas Crill 15-May-2015

Recent events in Jersey, Guernsey and Singapore are covered in this update

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Recoverability of costs and the ECHR — an impending incompatibility? download subscription

Shepherd and Wedderburn 2-Oct-2014

This article considers the current adjournment in the case of Coventry and others v Lawrence and another (No 2) and its potential effects on litigation funding.

From the firm of the week

Redundancy pay rate set to rise download subscription

IBB Solicitors 11-Mar-2015

Annual increases to statutory redundancy pay will take effect from 6 April. The statutory maximum an employee will be able to receive will be £14,250.

The reporting of child sexual abuse: some statistics download subscription

IBB Solicitors 18-Feb-2015

In the past few years the reporting of child sexual abuse has increased dramatically. In this context it is interesting to read research by the National Association for People Abused in Childhood.

Non-disclosure of assets: civil partnership divorce case labelled ‘unique’ download subscription

IBB Solicitors 10-Feb-2015

Lady Justice Black has granted permission for a case brought by a former civil partner against her late ex-partner’s estate to be heard in the Court of Appeal.

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Litigation Briefings

The myth of the compensation culture download subscription

Stewarts Law 22-May-2015

There is a perception that anyone who has suffered a personal injury can seek compensation, but there needs to be someone at fault. 

Whistleblowing and interim relief download subscription

Bates Wells Braithwaite 22-May-2015

Can an employee who says he was dismissed for blowing the whistle get his job back? Rachel Irwin outlines the remedy of interim relief and its risks for employers.

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Company Briefings

The myth of the compensation culture download subscription

Stewarts Law 22-May-2015

There is a perception that anyone who has suffered a personal injury can seek compensation, but there needs to be someone at fault. 

Contemplating collaboration: charities and NGOs working together download subscription

Bates Wells Braithwaite 22-May-2015

Five top tips for those thinking about collaborating.

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