Chubb has filed a further lawsuit against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, arguing that it should not have to pay out for his public liability cover as his insurance policies are void.
The defence has begun to close its arguments in the ongoing trial between Das UK and ex-CEO Paul Asplin and others.
Who won what at the 2018 Post Claims Awards held last night at the Royal Garden Hotel?
Solicitors and their professional indemnity insurers are in effect underwriting the legitimacy of property transactions on a strict liability basis, following a recent court decision analysed by Phil Murrin, partner at DAC Beachcroft.
Lemonade is suing its rival start-up One Insurance, over allegedly plagiarising aspects of the insurer's app.
Ex-CEO Asplin has pleaded not guilty to charges including conspiracy and fraud.
Exclusive: A legal dispute between Brightside and its former co-founder Paul Chase Gardener was outlined in court on Friday.
Horwich Farrelly has pledged to eliminate all single-use plastic items by 2020 and is encouraging its 750 employees to document creative ways to reduce their own plastic consumption. The two winners of an internal competition will be rewarded with a…
BLM partner Greg McEwen considers the liability implications of using artificial intelligence for medical diagnostics.
Tactical litigation is costly, underhand and rife within the technology sector, writes Tom Dixon, head of technology for Hiscox UK and Ireland, explaining how to help policyholders avoid it.
The UK insurance sector has criticised proposed changes to the Motor Insurance Directive, following the Vnuk ruling as being “unworkable and unfair”.
The High Court has ruled that metal-on-metal hip implants are not defective, in one of the largest product liability group actions in recent years.
With supply chains entwined through businesses like ivy, disruption risks are climbing. Under-utilised policy wordings and little-known specialist covers haven’t weeded them out
Insurtech startup Marshmallow has won a legal dispute from broker Marsh over the use of its name.
The UK is contemplating liability options as it wants to allow satellite launches from its soil.
Organisations are likely to be faced with data privacy claims, predicts Raf Sanchez, international breach manager at Beazley, warning cyber cover is only part of the solution.
Vicarious liability's elastic boundaries continue to be stretched, explains David Williams, insurance partner at DAC Beachcroft.
It is unlikely that all robots will require cover, Victor Fornasier and Kathryn Mycock, partner and associate at Hogan Lovells, examine the rationale for compulsory insurance.
Watchstone made an underlying Ebitda loss of £3.6m in 2017, compared to a loss of £4.9m in the previous year.
Insurers and lawyers trying to automate claims through artificial intelligence must be careful not to violate ethical boundaries, explains Andrew Dunkley, head of analytics at BLM, pointing to the Cambridge Analytica scandal as a warning sign.
Discount rate and whiplash reforms are going through parliament. Will the outcome be beneficial to all?
This week the UK has been focused on court cases and Inquiries.
Government has given the go-ahead on new rules that will help clamp down on bogus holiday sickness claims.
With more than three million Muslims in the UK, there has long been a feeling that sharia-compliant insurance products should find a market but the reality has proved the opposite. So far, every attempt to establish a takaful insurer in the UK domestic…