Carroll & O'Dea
A recent decision examined the relationship between work injuries and subsequent aggravations that do not occur at work.
Clyde & Co
The Design and Building Practitioners Act 2020 (NSW) (Act) has recently commenced. The Act places new obligations on design and building practitioners to ensure that each...
Recent decision provides guidance on how deeming provisions in professional indemnity insurance policies may be interpreted,
Article discusses the latest development in Loss of Use Claims including 8 relevant principles identified in recent case.
A secondary market for ILS can only emerge once the broader market fully embraces electronic platforms, according to Brad Adderley.
McLeish Orlando LLP
Recently, there have been positive applicant decisions that deserve the spotlight. The recent License Appeal Tribunal (LAT) decisions are the following:
6 Common Signs Of A Bogus Email.
McCague Borlack LLP
An exception to the exclusion in case: MDS Inc. v Factory Mutual Insurance
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On June 1, 2020, the Ontario Court of Appeal (the ONCA) released its decision in Tuffnail v. Meekes, 2020 ONCA 390.
You're not alone if the thought of a medical exam in your home feels like a hassle and it's kept you from applying for life and disability insurance.
Cox & Palmer
Absolute liability is the obligation of an insurer to indemnify an innocent third party who was injured by an insured, while the insured was in violation of the insurance policy.
The 15th episode in the Condovirus series, exploring the challenges and impact of COVID-19 on condo law.
There are two ways to purchase life insurance. You can pay-as-you-go, like when you rent. Or you can pay in full and own the policy forever, like buying a home. Your Lawyers Financial Advisor can...
China has updated their social security insurance policies with some noteworthy changes.
In our Compensations booklet for 2019, you may find a summary of all rulings issued by the Cypriot courts in 2019, in which compensations were awarded for damages resulting from any form of accident.
The Insurance Authority of Hong Kong (IA) recently issued a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) in relation to enforcement.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
Advertisements play an essential role in carving out the image of the entrepreneur in respect of the services it intends to offer.
This is the May edition of the Arthur Cox Insurance Regulatory Update, the monthly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Insurance Group focused on recent developments in insurance regulation, law and practice.
Walkers partner Kate Storey is one of the leading insurance lawyers in Guernsey.
As a response to various regulatory developments in recent years, and in order to protect licence holders, the market and ultimately, stakeholders and customers, the Malta Financial Services Authority has issued the Shareholding Policy.