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By Toni Ashby, David Tait
Mrs Thacker died of mesothelioma in 2014. She had been employed in the office at the Atlas Steel Foundry in the mid to late 1960s. She had met her husband, an engineer, whilst working at the foundry.
By Hilary N. Rowen
Public concern over safety unlikely to impact long-term acceptance.
By Leslie S. Ahari
D&O insurers should continue to evaluate coverage options and tread carefully.
By Nigel Brook
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
By Jonathan Wyatt, Fiona Le
In Australia, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (Royal Commission) was established in January 2013 to investigate the sexual abuse of children ...
By Michael Cripps
After three or more years of regulatory uncertainty in the world's second largest insurance market, calendar year 2018 saw the newly merged China regulato – issue a slew of new regulations, with a number of aims.
By Ik Wei Chong
It is common nowadays for international corporations to take out a single master policy covering global risks. However, given the mandatory Chinese regulatory requirement that domestic entities....
By Clyde & Co LLP
Singapore has a significant role to play in the success of The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) economic community.
By Judith Martin, Ucheoma Ihekwaba
We are pleased to report that Clyde & Co has successfully defended a mesothelioma claim in excess of £600,000.
By Clive Brett, Owen Rees
The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) has dismissed a well-publicised claim for professional negligence brought against an architect, Mrs Lejonvarn, who agreed to supervise a garden-landscaping project for free for her friends.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Glaxo Wellcome v Sandoz: Court gives permission for collateral use of disclosed documents in Belgium
By Clyde & Co LLP
WH Holding v E20 Stadium: Court of Appeal holds that litigation privilege cannot be claimed for documents discussing only settlement/considers the test for the court inspecting documents...
By Avryl Lattin, Yvonne Lam
In Australia, product disclosure has traditionally been the chief means of protecting consumers in the financial services industry.
By Dean Carrigan
The Banking Executive Accountability Regime (BEAR) came into effect in July 2018 for Australia's largest banks. It imposed greater accountability obligations on senior executives of Authorised...
By Kevin Martin
Non-traditional players continue to have high levels of interest in the Asian insurance industry, with its attractive growth prospects. However, market entry is hindered by a number of factors.
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