Regulator’s review finds some good practices along with numerous areas for improvement
Outcome of fractional property development case may be of assistance for solicitors defending similar civil claims by former clients
Cyber attacks are an existential threat and have the potential to affect every part of a business. Firms must therefore have readiness baked into their overall strategy – and insurers must play their part in supporting them
The enforceability of third-party litigation funding agreements has been called into question in recent months
Firms may find the regulator’s willingness to accept a branch application is reduced, leading more firms to operate through a subsidiary
The impact of sanctions on insurers as well as insureds can be severe and unpredictable
A recent rise in PFAS-related claims filed in the EU has raised questions as to whether the UK can expect to face similar litigation
A complex regulatory environment and urgent need to decarbonise may limit the industry’s ability to invest in mitigating the rising cyber threat
Law firms need to engage with their insurers as AI becomes part of their everyday world, creating new risks
Insurance Day’s selected insurance and reinsurance stocks gained 2.8% on average as global equity markets rallied after a bad couple of weeks
Carriers providing coverage in the Latin America market need to be aware of legal, regulatory and claims handling issues
Artificial intelligence technology is evolving rapidly and could radically alter the legal profession
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