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27 March 2015
Welcome to this month’s edition of Insurance Brief.
In this issue, we report on three recent High Court decisions. The first concerns an anti-suit injunction granted to restrain proceedings brought against a P&I Club in Turkey to give effect to a “pay to be paid” clause in the insurance policy.
26 March 2015
This edition of Construction Brief features case reviews on four important decisions impacting the construction industry at present.
24 March 2015
Welcome to the latest edition of Liability Brief. It has been a particularly busy month in the news.
11 March 2015
Welcome to the March 2015 edition of the Personal injury and fatal accident brief.
27 February 2015
Welcome to this month’s issue of Insurance Brief.
In this edition, we report on three recent High Court decisions. The first concerns competing jurisdiction clauses in related contracts, whilst the second reviews the meaning of "malicious" damage in relation to coverage under a property insurance policy.

Latest articles

26 March 2015
A claim has been recently issued in California, US, against three major automotive manufacturers for failing to secure their vehicles from hackers. It is alleged that hackers are able to control the basic functions of the vehicles in question and endanger the safety and security of the existing driver and passengers.
23 March 2015
A summary of key developments relating to fraud, the Budget, medical reporting in whiplash claims, court fees, online dispute resolution, new legislation and mesothelioma.
19 March 2015
Following the first major review of Part 36 for many years, new rules come into force on 6 April 2015. We highlight the main changes and the implications for defendants and insurers.
16 March 2015
Against a backdrop of driverless cars, autonomous systems and the issues presented by these developments, Kennedys’ partner, Niall Edwards considers some of the potential challenges for the motor industry over the next five years.
5 March 2015
Parliament has confirmed that the controversial decision to introduce enhanced charging in money claims will take effect from Monday 9 March 2015.