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By Bethan Bradley, Benjamin Bryant, Ioanna Tsekoura
Sulphur Cap Series: Part 2 - Challenges Facing Compliance and Challenges to Enforcement
By Richard Bell
I am old enough to remember the dawn of the Internet. I was at law school at the time and the Internet
By Nigel Brook
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
By Dean Carrigan, Casey Majchrzak
On 17 October 2018, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) released its Information Paper to assist authorised deposit-taking institutions ...
By Mark Hemsted
Report proposes restriction of compulsory cover to vehicles used in traffic and exclusion of motor sport
By Robert Wilson
Judgment has recently been given by Mrs Justice Whipple in the case of YAH v Medway NHS Foundation Trust – judgment can be found here.
By Sara Khoja
As employers increasingly focus on employee wellness programs and preventative measures to manage employee use of private medical insurance, occupational health and safety is becoming increasingly...
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge rejects request for a stay pending MIB appeal in another case
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court of Appeal rejects attempt to strike out a claim after judgment allegedly obtained by fraud
By Maurice Thompson, James M Cooper
The long awaited Australian Senate Inquiry report into the current and future regulatory framework for remotely piloted aircraft (drones) in Australia was released on 31 July 2018.
By Ian Roberts, Nicholas Sykes
An area of drone use which is starting to be discussed more is their use by insurers to further understand the risks that they write and respond to claims.
By Clyde & Co LLP
The applicant in this case is an insurance company with long-tail exposure (mostly in the US) which is currently unable to meet the minimum capital requirements imposed by Solvency II.
By Enrique Navarro, Carlos Cid
Unmanned aircraft systems ('UAS'), that are also referred to as drones, consist of an area within the aviation sector that is constantly growing and is posed to generate significant economic growth...
By Ian Ginbey
Today is World Town Planning Day, which highlights the importance of town planning in creating sustainable communities and places
By Jai Sharma
We have received reports that the "MITO STRAIT", a 2006 built container vessel flying the Antigua and Barbuda flag, has grounded off Denmark.
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