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By Edward Rushton
The oil tanker "Prestige" sunk off the coast of northern Spain in 2002, after being denied safe harbour during a storm.
By Simon Banner, Gerard Kimmitt, Sheshe Evans, Andrew Bandurka, Christopher Cardona
This year's devastating floods have highlighted the issue of flood underinsurance in the US Hurricanes Harvey and Irma wrought havoc upon a number of US states in August and September...
By Rebecca Huggins
The Commercial Court set aside an arbitration award becausethe Claimant's emailed arbitration notice to an individual employee at the Respondent did not constitute valid service under the Arbitration Act 1996.
By Brian Perrot
The challenge is by now familiar: the UK is set to leave the EU in March 2019 and the nature and impact of Brexit still remains unclear.
By Edward Rushton
The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) issued a report last week on the "Commonality of risk assessment language in cyber insurance".
By Rupert Warren
On 8 November 2017, the FCA launched its Wholesale Insurance Brokers Market Study, which is aimed at furthering the ambition of the FCA to ensure that London remains as an international centre for insurance.
By Margarita Kato
The Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) has published consultation paper CP23/17 (CP) seeking views on its draft supervisory statement (SS) (which is set out in the Appendix to the CP)...
By Adam Strong
This was an application to the High Court arising out of a reinsurance arbitration concerning the liabilities of the Port Authority of New York following the tragic events of 9/11.
By Poppy Franks
The Sanctions and Anti Money Laundering Bill (the Bill), which seeks to create a post-Brexit legislative framework for the imposition and enforcement of sanctions in the UK, was published on 19 October 2017.
By Andrew Williams, Matt Tozzi
The appointment and use of Tribunal Secretaries has come under increasing scrutiny in international arbitration in recent years.
By Lizzie Gray
JLT has joined Placing Platform Limited (PPL), the London Market's electronic placing platform. PPL is aimed at supporting more flexible negotiation and fast placement allowing brokers...
By Ben Atkinson
The Treasury Committee has published its Report on the Solvency II Directive.
By Rory Butler, Louise Lazarou
The Court in Dainford Navigation Inc v PDVSA Petroleo SA1 considered an application pursuant to section 44 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (the Act) for the sale of a crude oil cargo onboard...
By William Reddie, Lucinda Rutter
AIG announced on 19 October that it has written its first Sharia-compliant warranty and indemnity (W&I) policy out of London's M&A market.
By Andrew Bandurka
The professional indemnity insurer of an insolvent independent financial adviser (Target) successfully relied on an insolvency exclusion in the policy to deny liability to third party...
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