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Chambers UK 2016 - Leading Firm

Chambers UK 2016

Legal Business Awards 2016 - Winner

The Legal 500 UK 2015 - Top Tier Firm

The Legal 500 UK 2015 - Top Tier Firm

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The Legal 500 UK 2017 - Top Tier Firm

Firm of the Year: Insurance


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24 April 2018
Due diligence is a vital part of purchasing a new site and a buyer would not usually consider proceeding until it has obtained detailed information on the nature and potential risks of its investment. Due diligence by an owner is arguably equally important when considering carrying out or procuring the development of a site.
20 April 2018
This update includes a round-up of recent court decisions raising issues relating to limitation, smash and grab adjudications, adjudication enforcement, limitation of liability clauses and co-insurance arrangements.
10 April 2018
These days, the skills involved in completing a 1,000 piece jigsaw over Christmas are exactly the skills needed to decipher various professional roles in construction developments. Whilst never simple enterprises, until not so long ago, professional indemnity claims in construction matters were relatively clear-cut.
6 April 2018
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)’s new campaign, which encourages people to be “safe, not sorry”, will focus on hunting out illegal cartel activity within the construction sector.
5 April 2018
The House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee has published a report on the second phase of its investigation into the impact of Brexit on the life sciences sector: “Brexit: Medicines, medical devices and substances of human origin”.
3 April 2018
On 10 January 2018, the European Commission issued a Notice to Stakeholders highlighting the legal and practical implications of a “No Deal” scenario for industrial products placed on the EU-27 market, to include medical devices, active implantable medical devices and in vitro medical devices.
29 March 2018
The Department of Health has published a summary of responses, having sought views last year on the proposed investigations into severe avoidable birth injury. Those responses confirm that reducing incidents of avoidable harm during birth must remain one of the priorities for the NHS.
28 March 2018
In July 2017, the Sentencing Council announced a consultation on its proposals for a new Sentencing Guideline for offenders convicted of manslaughter. The Sentencing Council has prepared a draft Sentencing Guideline covering several different types of manslaughter, one of which, gross negligence manslaughter, is relevant to workplace fatalities.
23 March 2018
As the insurance industry faces daily challenges in keeping up with emerging risks, we take a moment to consider legal developments in claims against the more ‘traditional’ accounting profession over the past 12 months.
22 March 2018
Last year we reported on the landmark judgment The Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation [2017] (ENRC) in which the High Court held that documents prepared during an internal investigation were not protected either by legal advice privilege or litigation privilege. The case is pending appeal to be heard in July 2018.
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