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By Mark Beswetherick, Nicholas Braganza
Written by Mark Beswetherick and Nicholas Braganza The risks relating to bribery in the Middle East have increased, as scrutiny from regulators continues to rise and international legislation...
By Damian Rourke
Project Martello, our market leading strategy for dealing with fraudulently exaggerated claims has resulted in another successful result for our clients.
By Nigel Brook
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
By John Nicholl, Gabriel Archambault, Christopher Fraticelli
In Arrangement relatif à Orbite Technologies Inc., the Court of Appeal recently confirmed that it is not sufficient for an insured to fulfil the conditions set out ...
By Clyde & Co LLP
The basic rule where a claim is discontinued is that the claimant will be liable for the costs incurred by the defendant up to the date on which the notice of discontinuance was served.
By Clyde & Co LLP
When is a claim brought for limitation purposes, where value of claim was deliberately misstated
By Chris Holme, Ruth Bonino
On 4th July 2018 the FCA published its near-final rules on how it plans to extend the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR) to the wider financial services sector.
By Graeme Watson, Chris Dunn
The General Medical Council (GMC)'s Fitness to Practise investigations often see them commissioning an expert report into a professional's conduct. While it is uncomfortable...
By Ernie Van Der Vyver, Nicole Britton
On 3 July 2018, the Financial Sector Conduct Authority and the Prudential Authority published a joint communication ...
By David Hansom
The UK Government has now committed its vision of a "principled and practical Brexit" to paper.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Welcome to our marine newsletter for July 2018. In this edition, we look at a series of recent court decisions of interest to many actors in the maritime sector and examine FOSFA's revised
By Jasmine Clark
This was an appeal on a question of law, under s.69 of the Arbitration Act 1996, regarding the interpretation of a provision in the Inter-Club New York Produce Exchange Agreement (ICA)
By Ian Woods, Simon Culhane
It is not unusual for a seller of goods to raise a credit note to their buyer, in respect of goods that are received in a damaged condition, as a result of the failure ...
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
The Regulations require that all DII boards be comprised of a minimum of three, and in any event no less than one third, independent directors.
By David Lee, Maxine Tills, Matthew Smith
An issue for construction professionals in Australia which has been commented on for some years is the mismatch between the broad indemnities often contained in consultancy agreements ...
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