In this month’s column, David Worsfold, a long-running commentator on the insurance market, talks about the fallout from the hardening market, the success of Flood Re and his issues with the Insurance Museum
As the January sales draw to an end consumers aren't the only ones with deals on their minds.
JLT and Hyperion have agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by JLT in relation to employees who left the broker last year and subsequently joined Hyperion.
Exclusive: Davies Group has acquired law firm Keoghs.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries is appealing against an employment tribunal ruling that ordered it to payout nearly £38,000 to a Zurich employee, Post has learned.
Ieva Andraityte now manages some of the legal expenses of Arc Legal's largest corporate clients, having discovered a passion for statistics and data analysis at university.
Ozlem Gurses, reader in insurance and commercial law at King’s College London and British Insurance Law Association committee member, asks if the oversight of insurtechs is keeping up with the potential damage to consumer protection that new technology…
The Ministry of Justice continues to face criticism for "missing the point" in its response to allegations of a “loophole” in whiplash legislation that affects children and vulnerable road users.
Helios has (almost) done his work and got the week done. Probably because he has an oven ready plan. To leave the working week and enter the weekend.
The Information Commissioner’s Office will be hoping that procedural bungles do not jeopardise its proposed audit and fines of Eldon Insurance and Leave EU, after its legal counsel was forced to admit standards had fallen “well below” expectations, Post…
Arron Banks’ group of companies take a “two-faced approach” to regulation and the Information Commissioner’s Office should be allowed to maintain its fines and audit against Leave EU and Eldon, a tribunal heard.
Insurers will know that the litigation process is neither short, nor timely. Yet, that is changing, writes Stephen Netherway litigation partner at City law firm Devonshires.
ICO fines and enforcement action ‘significant and novel extension’ of regulatory powers: Eldon and Leave EU
Eldon Insurance and Leave EU fines totalling £105,000 and a data audit against the broker levelled by the Information Commissioner’s Office are “divorced from reality,” a tribunal heard yesterday.
Eldon Insurance brand Go Skippy sold 788 policies via Leave EU marketing emails, which were later branded as contravening regulation by the Information Commissioner’s Office.
The Civil Liability Act has created some unintended circumstances and Minster Law's CEO Shirley Woolham asks how legal expenses insurance can help in the post-reform world.
The Forum of Insurance Lawyers has expanded the remit of its cyber liabilities sector focus team to include insurers’ and law firms’ use of technology in claims handling, as well as claims law related to cyber cover and digital processing.
Aviva’s decision to bring the Norwich Union brand back into the public sphere is a one-off with no plans to use it on more “propositions or policies”, the insurer has confirmed.
Insurers remain uncertain over how any change to limitation law surrounding child sexual abuse cases could affect claims levels, an inquiry heard.
Defendant and claimant lawyers testifying in front of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse yesterday agreed that the current system is not working for victims and survivors, but warned clarity is needed on the consequences of altering…
Road Safety Week marked the launch of Post’s Driving out Distraction campaign, in which we are urging the industry to pay attention and pull over rather than using hands-free devices while driving.
Ardonagh CEO David Ross has asserted the business's commitment to independence and revealed that while the firm’s court case victory over Gallagher did not come as a surprise the episode left him “a little bit heartbroken and incredibly sad”.
Anthony Baker, a partner at Plexus Law, has been elected president of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers.
Travelers is among a number of insurers that are exposed to a pending £10m legal claim against Staffordshire Police by a former member of Parliament, who was accused of non-recent child sexual abuse, Post can reveal.
Lloyd’s has launched a campaign to encourage people to speak up over “unacceptable behaviour”, after its culture survey revealed less than half of respondents felt comfortable in raising concerns.