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Insurance Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Guernsey, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
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The ILS market in Guernsey sees the proliferation of ESG risks as the gateway to the convergence between captives and alternative capital, explains Walkers Partner Kate Storey in an article for Insurance Day.
UK
Gatehouse Chambers
Helena White, Kort Egan and Michael Maris take a closer look at public liability insurance policies and their relationship with Construction All Risks and liability insurance.
Fenchurch Law
Welcome to the latest in the series of blogs from Fenchurch Law: 100 cases every policyholder needs to know. An opinionated and practical guide to the most important...
Mayer Brown
An article outlining the UK Financial Conduct Authority's proposed regulatory approach to pricing practices within the insurance sector.
Gatehouse Chambers
Our leading construction team are experts in the area of CAR Insurance. Paul Reed QC, with contributions from the team, produces Construction All Risks Insurance (Sweet & Maxwell)...
Gatehouse Chambers
In April, we filmed a webinar/podcast in which we discussed the case of Baines v Dixon Coles and Gill [2020] EWHC 2809 (Ch) (aka Guide Dogs for the Blind v Box)...
Gatehouse Chambers
Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc and others v Textainer Group Holdings and others [2021] EWHC 2102 (Comm): Phillip Patterson takes a look at this case in which permission was granted to the insurer,...
Mayer Brown
A bylined article on the insurance industry's response to the fast-changing ESG landscape.
Gatehouse Chambers
John de Waal QC and James Hall discuss the thorny issue of aggregation in solicitors' professional indemnity insurance, with particular reference to the case of AIG Europe Limited v Woodman and the
Mills & Reeve
Whether you are an insurer avoiding a policy or a policyholder or broker challenging a coverage decision, these two recent cases in the Court of Appeal and High Court...
Mills & Reeve
Understanding why mistakes are made by the legal profession is often something done with hindsight.
Fenchurch Law
A failure to correctly name the developer on a certificate of insurance has entitled insurers to avoid liability under a new home warranty policy.
Mills & Reeve
The general rule is that there is no continuing contractual duty on professionals to review their work unless the client chooses to request and pay for that service.
Fenchurch Law
Since the designation of COVID-19 as a notifiable disease in England on 5 March, and the subsequent ratcheting of measures to slow the spread of the disease...
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Welcome to Insurance Covered. In this episode we discuss tax liability insurance and why many businesses are choosing to take it out.
Fenchurch Law
The increasing prevalence of water damage losses on construction projects, combined with hard market conditions, has led to a rise in disputes over insurance policy response for these types of events.
Fenchurch Law
Welcome to the latest in the series of blogs from Fenchurch Law: 100 cases every policyholder needs to know.
Worldwide
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Welcome to Insurance Covered. In this episode we discuss micro insurance with Rose Goslinga, co-founder of Pula, a micro insurance company based in Kenya.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Welcome to the June edition from RPC of Insurtech in brief, providing you with a handful of snappy monthly updates from the industry.
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