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.
The availability of defamation cover in the US has driven the market in Europe, but claims are moving from libel to privacy.
The growth in online communications makes BT's strapline ‘It's good to talk' seem dated, but anyone who has had to lift a phone to unravel a burgeoning misunderstanding in an email can appreciate its spirit.
The insurance market has been living with the Insurance Act 2015 for nearly six months. It is too early to draw firm conclusions about how the Act may impact claims but there is ample evidence that the Act is affecting risk placement and contract terms...
They say all is fair in love and football but what about insurance?
There has been a profound shift in the provision and delivery of legal services to the insurance industry within the last 10 years.
In just six years at BLM, Emily has become an associate at the law firm
As the new pre-action protocol for construction and engineering disputes, insurers may need to amend their policies for those claims.
As Christmas day draws near lawyers this week branded the Association of British Insurers’ legal challenge over the government’s discount rate review as “worthy of Scrooge himself”.
Troubled law firm Slater & Gordon is being investigated by the Australian regulator.
Five men were given jail terms last week in connection to a £1.1m crash for cash scam.
A decision as to whether Das' criminal prosecution against its former CEO will proceed to court has been put back three months.
The UK's insurers cannot wait for government to take the lead on Brexit strategy, according to Ashley Prebble, an insurance partner at Clifford Chance.
Shadow Lord Chancellor Richard Burgon MP has written to Justice Secretary Elizabeth Truss MP urging her to extend the whiplash consultation deadline, Post can reveal.
Social media has a crucial role to play in cracking down on insurance fraud but privacy rules apply.
In May, Scottish Power Generation pleaded guilty to a non-fatal breach of Section 2(1) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
The threat of legal action from personal injury lawyers has forced a long-overdue review of the discount rate for personal injury claims by the Lord Chancellor.
Ex-Ropner Insurance Services employee Philip Wood has been ordered to pay £21,000 and forbidden to carry out business with clients obtained during his employment with the broker.
A look at the tumultuous changes of 2016 – and a preview of what 2017 may have in store for the industry
Scott Wallberg is a solicitor for DAC Beachcroft's global litigation team
The Information Commissioner's Office has fined a London-based broker £30,000 for sending thousands of unsolicited text messages.