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2017

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No penalty for using unrated insurers

In a consultation in December 2016, the FCA proposed to charge brokers an additional risk-based Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) levy for placing business with unrated insurers.  The…

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Well if I’d known that…

Under IA2015, policyholders are under a duty of ‘fair presentation’. Where there has been an innocent failure to give a fair presentation, the insurer’s legal remedy now depends upon answering a…

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Commercial property transaction

"Generally, there is a duty to point out and advise on any hazards which are obvious to the solicitor but which the client (particularly a lay client) may not appreciate.

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Employment

In the area of employment law, drafting restrictive covenants can be one of the trickiest parts of the contract to deal with.

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In Conversation with Deborah O’Riordan

As many of our readers will be aware, Deborah is Risk Solutions Practice Manager at QBE, working with the Finanical & Specialty Markets Division (Professional Indemnity, Management Liability,…

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Latest statements from the Ministry of Justice suggest maintenance of commitments to whiplash and discount rate reform, while action on extension of fixed costs also looks likely

Various recent developments including from earlier today are worth looking at together as part of an ongoing assessment of the likely future direction of reform affecting the way in which claims dealt…

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