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6 May 2015
Of the 20 UK governments which have been in power since 1900, the one formed after the 7 May General Election will trigger a milestone for the future of British politics.
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.
28 July 2014
Welcome to the July edition of Liability Brief.
The Government has introduced the Insurance Bill (the "Bill") to Parliament. It includes some of the provisions from the Insurance Contracts Bill and other provisions which will allow the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010 to come into force.
9 July 2014
We are approaching the first anniversary of the extension of the Portal to lower value EL and PL claims, which occurred on 31 July 2013. Whilst the data for those claims remains relatively immature, certainly when compared to motor claims, some noteworthy observations can be made.
9 July 2014
Welcome to this, our second bi-annual Motor Brief for 2014.
Last month at the Practical Law Insurance Forum 2014, Huw Evans, Deputy Director General of the Association of British Insurers (ABI), set out the five key issues and challenges facing the insurance industry: (i) the scale and pace of change, including in technology and geopolitics (ii) data protection and clarity of data ownership (iii) regulation, including cross-border and international capital standards for insurers (iv) political risk (v) evolution of consumers, including purchasing habits and risk profile.
7 July 2014
The Court of Appeal has signalled a fresh approach to applications for relief from sanctions, in an attempt to bring an end to the debate and satellite litigation which followed its judgment in Mitchell v News Group Newspapers Ltd [2013]
17 June 2014
Welcome to the June edition of Liability Brief.
The Government has announced new measures in its determination to tackle insurance fraud. These will affect bogus claims both with regard to motor claims and other types of claims such as ‘trips and slips’ at work and in public places.
16 June 2014
Lord Justice Jackson confirms that parties and the court should agree reasonable extensions of time which do not disrupt the proceedings.
13 May 2014
Welcome to the May edition of Liability Brief. In this special edition we look at the impact of the Jackson reforms one year on.
8 May 2014
The extension of the Portal to lower value EL and PL claims occurred less than a year ago on 31 July 2013. Accordingly, the data for those claims remains immature, certainly when compared to motor claims.
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