Watchstone has filed a £13.7m claim against KPMG, claiming damages allegedly arising from the accountant’s audit of the company’s 2013 financial statements.
While insurance lawyers believe a rash of Covid-related claims from Christmas parties is "unlikely", employers have been warned to proceed with caution as the Omicron situation emerges.
The Astroworld tragedy could have a lasting impact on US legislation, experts have predicted, as a liability battle around the fatal event emerges.
Post content director Jonathan Swift looks at the rationale behind Lemonade’s proposed takeover of Metromile and asks if the UK could be poised to a see a deal of similar scale among domestic insurtechs.
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