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Arendt & Medernach
In two information notices dated April 2 and April 8, 2020, the Commissariat Aux Assurances ("CAA") clarified the impact of a hard Brexit and the related loss of the UK's status...
Gun + Partners
Introduction to the April 2020 Edition of International Insurance Law and Regulation
Ersoy Bilgehan
A new regulation amending the Regulation on the Operations Assessed Within the Scope of Insurance, Insurance Contracts Concluded In Favour of Consumers and Distance Insurance Contracts...
Esenyel Partners
nsurance & Reinsurance Laws and Regulations - Turkey covers common issues in insurance and reinsurance laws and regulations – including regulatory authorities and procedures, (re)insurance claims, ...
Foot Anstey Solicitors
The FCA has today stepped in to take further action on the issue of business interruption insurance and whether certain policies cover losses related to the current pandemic.
Clyde & Co
Employees working in the insurance sector may not face the same type of stress as those employed in the emergency services or education, but the need to recognise the issue and...
Clyde & Co
In this third article of our series on the Court of Appeal's recent judgment in Terratech v. Deguise [1], Prachi Shah and Laurent Lacas examine the Court's refusal to apply liability insurance policy provisions.
Clyde & Co
The High Court has recently dismissed an appeal alleging that a Recorder in the County Court should have disregarded basic hire rate (BHR) evidence submitted by the Defendant.
Clyde & Co
As part of our series on the Court of Appeal's recent ruling in Deguise v. Montminy, concerning the first wave of lawsuits related to crumbling concrete foundations due to the presence of pyrrhotite...
Clyde & Co
The High Court has recently overturned a first instance decision which refused to extend the limitation period for a claimant pursuant to section 33 of the Limitation Act.
Clyde & Co
The High Court has handed down a judgment on a low exposure asbestos claim, accepting for the first time epidemiological and medical evidence...
Clyde & Co
Updated management information published by the Portal Company has illustrated the immediate impact of the Government's lockdown and social restrictions on the number...
Clyde & Co
In reaction to COVID-19, state insurance departments were among the professional organizations that took swift action to increase the availability and utilization of telemedicine services.
Clyde & Co
The Court of Appeal has rejected an appeal from a Claimant seeking to recover a success fee and ATE premium in a clinical negligence case.
Clyde & Co
In a recent case, the High Court used its discretion to reduce the costs of an honest but misleading claimant. Finding exaggeration to be 'engrained' in the claim for loss of earnings, Mrs Justice Farley...
Clyde & Co
As the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) publishes its interim statistics for fatal injuries arising from accidents at work[1], alongside its annual enforcement statistics for 2018/19[2].
Clyde & Co
Laurent Lacas looks at the lessons to be drawn from the insurer's underwriting process, which risks overlooking "notorious" facts.
Clyde & Co
One of the most unsurprising consequences of restrictions on movement and the closures of many workplaces is fewer journeys requiring a motor vehicle. Fewer journeys mean fewer collisions,...
Clyde & Co
An insurer has unsuccessfully argued a personal injury claim for a traumatic brain injury should be struck out after submitting that the Claimant had allowed himself to be carried in his own car,...
Clyde & Co
Following the unprecedented set of affairs caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Environment Agency (EA) has released a Regulatory Position Statement (RPS)[1] allowing operators who hold environmental permits to temporarily store more waste than their permit allows.
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