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Allocating and insuring risk - key issues when drafting insurance and liability clauses

Our latest insurance briefing looks at key issues to consider when drafting insurance and liability clauses and highlights a number of recent cases.
07 July 2015


Conarken reaffirmed: negligent drivers liable to pay for rail network delays

Drivers (namely insurers) of road vehicles are liable for Network Rail’s TAC Schedule 8 loss if they negligently damage rail track or other installations and cause consequential TOC delays.
11 June 2015


When can a company sue its directors for their illegal acts?

We discuss the Supreme Court's judgment in Jetivia v Bilta and the use of the s.213 of the Insolvency Act in further detail.
20 May 2015


Why contractual employee benefits should reflect changing employee roles

We look at a recent case which has highlighted the risk of losing insurance cover when a policy is not updated following business changes.
06 May 2015


Penalty clauses ; a move towards a flexible approach

This briefing sets out some of the background to the development of the law on penalties.
06 May 2015


Insurance update - Reinstatement

Our March insurance briefing looks at reinstatement and considers the significant decision made in the insured's favour in the case of Western Trading v Great Lakes.
30 March 2015


Can insurers recover from your employees after paying out on a corporate policy?

Looking at Rathbone Brothers Plc & Anor v Novae Corporate Underwriting Ltd (2014), we consider how having insurance does not enable businesses to cease involvement in available recovery actions.
22 December 2014


Cyber risk - are you covered?

We look at the financial implications of cyber attacks, the insurance policy options available and the issues surrounding penalties for data loss.
29 September 2014


The all-important insurance contract

The Association of Insurance & Risk Managers in Industry & Commerce (Airmic) has recently published comprehensive guidance for insurance buyers on the efficacy of business insurance.
19 August 2014


Ageas v Kwikfit - Warranty & Indemnity Insurance in action

Warranty and Indemnity Insurance has become increasing popular and is now a common feature of corporate acquisitions despite little case law concerning how the Courts will interpret these.
12 August 2014


Financial Conduct Authority Review: conflicts of interest and intermediary remuneration

In May 2014, the Financial Conduct Authority published findings from its review of commercial insurance intermediaries in relation to conflicts of interest and remuneration policies.
14 July 2014


Insuring the cost of prosecutions and regulatory investigations

Regulatory investigation or criminal prosecution can strain businesses. This briefing overviews the insurance available to cover the cost of defending prosecutions and regulatory investigations.
30 June 2014
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