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By Jacinta Studdert, Kristyn Glanville, Lauryn Petropoulos
The number of high-rise apartments being built in Australia has almost tripled in less than 10 years.[1] Scrutiny of the quality of these buildings has increased after a series of recent incidents
By Terry Saeedi
With just one week to go until the General Election, new research from global law firm Clyde & Co has revealed that the UK Government is missing out on £40m of funds ...
By Jeffrey Ellis
At the beginning of 2019, the now former Director of National Intelligence of the United States advised Congress that "the post-World War II international system is coming under increasing ...
By Kathryn Ashton
Insurers should be prepared to address policyholder demands for coverage in response to CCPA claims.
By Frances Ross, Corinna Harris
The Court of Appeal recently decided that legal advice given to HR on dismissing an employee for redundancy was not a "cloak" for a discriminatory dismissal
By Jennette Newman
Each working day throughout December, we will be publishing insurance industry predictions from our global insurance practice.
By Clyde & Co LLP
The 15th edition of the Judicial College Guidelines for assessing general damages for personal injury has been published.
By Stirling Leech
The number of startups offering insurance related services in Brazil has tripled in the last three years.
By Janette McLennan, Christopher Smith, Joel Harris
The High Court allowed appeals in BMW Australia Ltd v Brewster and Westpac Banking Corporation v Lenthall [2019] HCA 45
By Joyce Chan
Insurtech is thriving – evidenced by the $8.5 billion insurtech investment raised in the last five years. But as the insurtech market becomes more saturated,
By Mark Beswetherick
New Insurance Disputes Committees established by the UAE Insurance Authority will reshape the way in which disputed insurance claims are handled in 2020.
By Peter Hodgins
A joint financial services regulator, which will fundamentally change regulation of the insurance sector in the United Arab Emirates, could be established in 2020.
By Nick Elwell-Sutton
On 9 December 2019, the final stage of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) will be rolled out to all remaining FCA solo regulated firms, typically brokers, MGAs, financial advisers
By Frances Ross
Mr Dronsfield, an academic, was dismissed following a number of allegations including an undisclosed sexual relationship with a student.
By Wayne Jones
The life insurance sector in the UAE will change significantly in 2020 following the issue of comprehensive new life insurance regulations by the Insurance Authority
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