Britain is in danger of replicating the painkiller epidemic that has ravaged the US. Dorothy Flower, partner, and Emma Kislingbury, associate at RPC, explore how this might impact pharmaceutical companies, medical practitioners, healthcare providers, and…
A changing risk landscape is creating new challenges for SMEs and those tasked with providing the sector with insurance. But SMEs need to evolve as newer risks such as cyber attacks and data protection – along with the raft of uncertainties around Brexit…
Exclusive: The first hearing in the case of Besso v Bloody Bay was heard today in the commercial court.
When not working as an insurance litigation associate at DWF, James Neale is stealing the spotlight on reality TV show Britain's Got Talent by singing with his family.
With Valentine’s Day yesterday, the Post team started the week by bracing ourselves for an inevitable slew of romance-related press releases. We weren’t disappointed.
Lawyers have welcomed a ruling by the Supreme Court in favour of a law firm, after a claimant argued he had lost out on his chance for more compensation due to his solicitor’s negligence.
Scor CEO Denis Kessler has slammed Covéa SGAM CEO Thierry Derez alleging that he is guilty of “repeated misconduct” and claiming he has the emails to prove it.
Scor CEO Denis Kessler has hit back following a letter from activist investor CIAM accusing him of acting in his personal interests by scuppering a takeover move by Covéa and bringing a criminal suit against the French insurer.
Scor shareholder and activist investor CIAM has hit out at the reinsurer, following its issuing of legal proceedings against Covéa, its former director and Barclays and Rothschild.
After short-listing 30 talented candidates for interview, we can finally reveal the six successful claims professionals that have been selected for the first series of Claims Apprentice.
Watchstone has ring-fenced £50.2m in anticipation of a costly court battle with Slater & Gordon later this year.
National Accident Helpline Group’s first wholly-owned law firm will start trading in April.
Insurers have been forced to defend how they handled non-recent child abuse claims, in the latest stage of a high profile inquiry
How do passengers 'use' motor vehicles? Ozlem Gurses, reader in insurance and commercial Law at King’s College London and British Insurance Law Association committee member, explains how the law sees this question when it comes to insurance.
With Brexit looming, manufacturers are facing the logistics of getting products to countries in the European Economic area and back. Natasha Catchpole, practice leader for crisis management and product recall at CFC Underwriting, explains how brokers can…
Late last year, James Heath was appointed the 23rd president of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers, succeeding Stephen Hines. He speaks to Post about the legal issues facing the industry.
The British Airways data breach is the first major case since the General Data Protection Regulation became law. With the firm facing group legal action and the Information Commissioner’s Office testing its teeth for the first time, what might this mean…
Failed unrated insurer Gable has disputed 100 claims totaling CHF 10.9m (£8.8m) in its first bankruptcy court hearing.
Exclusive: Besso is facing an almost $10m lawsuit from a group of hotel companies in the Caribbean, after an ex-director was alleged to have concealed brokerage.
Governments around the world are looking to regulate artificial intelligence and as Lee Gluyas, partner, and Stefanie Day, associate with law firm CMS, explain those that get there first will be the ones to benefit.
Brightside had been battling for payouts from two legal claims, but is no longer engaged in any litigation under CEO Brendan McCafferty.
Cyber attacks are on the rise and as brokers and risk managers urge insurers to make policies clearer Cyber Decider CEO Neil Hare Brown explains where definitions need simplifying.
No stranger to controversy, Arron Banks is back in the news and under the spotlight with allegations and appeals
As regulations for the combustible cladding ban for new and high-rise buildings progress in government, insurers say that they do not go far enough.