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By Jeffrey Ellis
Recent drone attacks in Saudi Arabia dramatically illustrate several key issues relevant to terrorist and security risk assessment. This should be enough
By David Wynn, Judith Martin
Bed bugs have been around since the dawn of time; originally, they were using bats as hosts and began feeding on humans while we were
By Peter Whitehead, Kate Duffy
Initial reaction to the imminent increase in the discount rate, albeit a meagre one, has been widespread and largely negative from an insurance perspective.
By Clyde & Co LLP
The Lord Chancellor will today confirm that the Discount Rate in England and Wales will be set at -0.25% following the completion of the review process set out within the Civil Liability Act
By Mark Hemsted
The Government has confirmed that children and protected parties will be exempt from the small claims track increase for road traffic injury claims for now.
By Peter Kasanda, Aliko Simon, Margareth Maganga, Esther Kilimba, Katie Boardman
In this updater, we review the amendments to the Non-Governmental Organisations Act, No. 24 of 2002 (the NGO Act), as introduced by the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No.3) Act 2019
By Nigel Brook
New laws and regulations, strategic litigation and duties of care emerging in response to climate change are giving rise to new liability risks that pose a serious risk to companies'
By Mark Devaney
In recent years, there have been a number of increases in the official fees charged by Trade Mark Offices in the Middle East region
By Lesley Allan
After almost a decade of constant change, the evolution of the Scottish liability claims landscape shows no signs of slowing down
By David Wynn
Understanding the potential for new risks, and particularly those that may ultimately lead to disease claims, is increasingly important for those sectors manufacturing or using nanotech.
By Caroline Malo
In Babin c. Gérin, the Superior Court weighed in on several issues concerning the professional liability of notaries.
By David Wynn
As technology has increased, there has been an inevitable proliferation in the number of electromagnetic and radiofrequency field sources that people are exposed to on a daily basis.
By Chris Morrison, Luisa Lister
One in three people with earlier-stage dementia still drives, and it is critical for those diagnosed with dementia to their quality of life and dignity.
By Clive Brett, Owen Rees
The Court of Appeal in Woodward and Another v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited [2019] EWCA Civ 985 has unanimously dismissed an appeal against a judgment of the High Court.
By Michael Strain, James Pius
In this month's corporate updater, we review the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No.3) Bill, 2019 (the Bill) which includes proposed amendments to the Companies Act (Act No.12) 2002 (the Act).
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