More than a third of law firms have already shed staff in the run up to the implementation of the Civil Liability Act, and the majority believe the reforms could decimate the personal injury sector.
Keoghs has joined forces with Belfast-based law firm Caldwell Warner to expand its business into Northern Ireland.
Rick Preston, head of the intelligence team at insurance fraud law firm, Horwich Farrelly, looks at the claims challenges the sector could face as the next generation of ‘intelligent cars’ hit the road.
Exclusive: First Central has been hit with a compensation order, after a former employee claimed they were dismissed unfairly.
Clyde & Co has opened an office in Dublin to ensure its Irish law insurance practice can continue to operate seamlessly as the UK leaves the EU.
The closing statements in the ongoing legal dispute between Gallagher and Ardonagh continued yesterday (9 May) at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
Exclusive: The litigation group claiming Besso owes a Carribean hotel group almost $10m in concealed brokerage has filed a counterclaim in an ongoing lawsuit.
Scor's shareholders express their opposition to the “destabilisation” attempt led by the activist fund CIAM.
As insurers are likely to appoint a loss adjuster when acting on a claim, customers making large claims may wish to employ a loss assessor to represent their interests. How well are these relationships currently working?
Crawford & Company has begun the search for a new president, UK and Ireland, after incumbent Clive Nicholls announced his intention to retire on the 30 September 2019.
With Discovery taking a two-one advantage following the Talent Recruitment challenge, the apprentices now move onto their fourth and final task in their respective teams.
Plexus Law has secured a £15m private equity investment from Origin Equity for a minority shareholding in the business.
Post held its reputation event this week, which felt somewhat prescient as parts of the industry were shamed on diversity and inclusion.
Vince Cable urges Premiership Rugby to review Gallagher sponsorship over UK CEO’s ‘complicated fat Arab’ slur
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has written to Premiership Rugby CEO Mark McCafferty, urging the sport to review its commercial relationship with Gallagher after its UK CEO Simon Matson was revealed to have referred to an employee as a ‘complicated…
Scor has called on its shareholders to reject resolutions drafted by activist investor CIAM to oust its CEO.
Now that the six contestants have been split into teams and decided on their names, it is time for the apprentices to tackle their first challenge.
Aviva has won a landmark appeal case that could see fundamentally dishonest claimants denied all damages, not just those relating to personal injury.
Festivals are growing in size, number and scope. They are rapidly becoming a more immersive experience, rather than solely about music. With these changes come wide-ranging additional requirements for cover and a need for the insurance sector to innovate
Non-recent child abuse survivors say they have faced ‘absolutely malevolent’ litigation strategies from insurer lawyers when attempting to put in claims.
A fintech trade body has launched a roadmap to aid new insurtech market entrants.
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.