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2 March 2016
We consider the potential product liability implications of cyber attacks on smart devices, focusing on the particular risks to manufacturers of medical devices.
5 February 2016
Welcome to the first edition of London Market Brief.
16 October 2015
In Argentina the insurance industry has been affected by constant policy changes which modify the rules. As a result, the Argentine market could well be considered for use as a 'boot camp' for insurance executives.
25 September 2015
Welcome to this month’s bumper edition of Insurance Brief.
11 September 2015
Alex Guillamont, lead partner for Kennedys in Latin America and the Caribbean, summarises current issues in the LatAm (re)insurance market.
17 August 2015
Brazilian regulator SUSEP increases percentage of reinsurance market share available to foreign Reinsurers from the current 60% to 85%
23 July 2015
What are the legal effects of non-compliance, and can these really carry any weight in how a claim is finally resolved? Can officers of the insured company also be held liable in any way? In this article, we provide a brief account of how non-compliance can play-out in a spread of key Latin American countries, including Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Mexico and Ecuador.
16 July 2015
A few days ago, the governments of Cuba and of the United States announced the full reestablishment of diplomatic relations between both nations.
8 July 2015
On 4 April 2015, Mexico officially welcomed its new Insurance and Surety Institutions Law (Ley de Instituciones de Seguros y Fianzas) marking, amongst other things, a new regulatory framework on insurance surety law.
16 June 2015
Insurers and reinsurers are watching Cuba with interest and if structural economic reforms take place, the local market will require additional capacity.
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