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One Fetter Lane
By Becket McGrath
In a judgment today, in the case of Akzo Nobel Chemicals Ltd and Akcros Chemicals Ltd v Commission, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that, under European Union law, internal company communications with in-house lawyers are not protected by legal professional privilege (LPP).
By Victoria Anderson, Francis Mackie
The Law Commission continues to make great strides in proposing insurance contract law reform.
By Richard Spiller, Stephen Ixer
This article looks at the formation of a European Company to consolidate the regulation of an insurer's European businesses in one European jurisdiction, and through it the capacity to move regulation of its operations between EU member states.
By Laurence Harris, Emma Richardson
The Court of Appeal's unanimous judgment in Moore Stephens (a firm) v Stone & Rolls Ltd (in liquidation) is a welcome decision for auditors and their insurers.
By Antony Woodhouse, Paolo Cerroni
In Limit No. 2 Limited v AXA ([2008] EWCA Civ 1231) the Court of Appeal provided guidance on a number of important issues relevant to the placement of insurance and reinsurance.
By James Maton
Investigating and punishing companies for paying bribes to win public business is an increasing priority of law enforcement agencies around the world.
By Vivien Tyrell, Philip Heitlinger, Nick Stern
Solvent schemes of arrangement have emerged in the last five or so years as a uniquely powerful procedure to achieve rapid and legally binding closure of insurance and reinsurance companies.