Start-up broker Brolly is looking to crowdsource a new logo following the threat of legal action from Travelers.
Arthur J Gallagher is suing a former member of staff and his new employer over allegations of client poaching.
Social media grants people the ability to broadcast their opinions to a wide audience. What coverage can insurers provide against libel?
How can an app where players catch animated characters affect the insurance industry?
Council representing six of the seven ex-Autofocus employees standing trial for contempt of court have withdrew an application to limit the scope of the case against their clients.
The motor claims market is currently sitting in that state of indecision that business - and pilots - like to call ‘a holding pattern' as it awaits three major government consultations. These, to push the aviation analogy to its fullest, are hovering...
Claimant law firm Asons has agreed to repay almost £70,000 to Axa after admitting to falsely and systematically inflating its legal costs.
Former AIG CEO Maurice “Hank” Greenberg, along with former chief financial officer Howard Smith, have agreed to pay $9.9m (£7.9m) to settle a 12-year old securities fraud case.
Firms offering legal expenses insurance could face heavy losses from "draconian" whiplash reforms.
The prospect of a full-blown, opt-out US class action culture, funded by a Plaintiff Bar made fat from its cut of the damages, is not one that most UK insurers would relish.
The world of cryonics, and the freezing of human tissue, is proving a tricky one for the insurance industry.
Seven former employees of Autofocus were accused of doctoring credit hire rate evidence to defend insurers in court.
The summer of 2001 saw Tony Blair and Labour elected for a second term, the London Stock Exchange go public, and Lance Armstrong win his third Tour de France. It is also when the discount rate was last reviewed and set at 2.5% by the then Lord Chancellor,...
A trial against seven former Autofocus employees for contempt of court began today at the Royal Courts of Justice.
The government is set to decide whether claims management companies are allowed to continue operating in the personal injury sector.
The chairman of specialist insurance industry law firm Horwich Farrelly has declared its growth in turnover and instructions as a sign of its growing “credibility” in its chosen markets.
International law firm Hill Dickinson's formal merger with Hong Kong firm Laracy & Co. has been approved by the Law Society of Hong Kong to begin 1 April.
Zurich has lost a court case against Maccaferri Limited on the grounds that its notification clause wording was too ‘ambiguous’.
Scots worldwide are preparing to celebrate the works of poet Robert Burns. Two lines from his famous poem Tam o'Shanter will be spoken at many events: "Gathering her brows like gathering storm, nursing her wrath to keep it warm".
DAC Beachcroft has joined three other insurance law firms to make a global network.
Law change could open floodgates to historic claims
The Association of British insurers has lost an appeal to government on the judicial review on changes to the discount rate for personal injury damages.
Personal injury and insurers should create a cross-industry body to see through the various anti-fraud reforms and restore trust in the sector.