Andrew Patterson Booth banned until April 2018
Former Shakespeare Underwriting director Andrew Patterson Booth has been disqualified for nine years by the Insolvency Service. The intermediary went into administration in January 2006 with a multi-million...
The absence of a right to damages for late payment of claims in English law was based upon a legal fiction that the insurer's obligation is to hold the policyholder harmless against the insured peril, and any recovery under the policy constitutes damages...
The Enterprise Bill received royal assent on 4 May and the Insurance Act comes into force in August, both with the proclaimed aim to bring insurance contract law up to date and provide greater clarity for all customers
In Depth: Wearable Tech: More science fact than fiction, but is there a wearable future for insurers?
As wearable tech becomes more mainstream, what are the risks for the industry?
Against the backdrop of legal action and a fraud investigation, Jonathan Swift finds out how Indro Mukerjee is burying the Quindell past and focusing on the future