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We are pleased to announce that the publication of the 2021 edition of The Legal 500 UK has seen us ranked as a ‘top-tier firm’ in nine practice areas.
Insurers must balance the income from insuring and investing in fossil fuel projects against the growing reputational and litigation risks.
Kennedys has continued its growth in the United States with the opening of its first West Coast office, in San Francisco, and the addition of a four-partner team.
Welcome to the first of our fortnightly updates aimed at supporting you in your understanding of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the insurance market.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has one of the highest solar exposure rates in the world, making it eminently suitable for producing solar energy. We provide a snapshot of some statutory provisions that foreign investors should be made aware of that have led to the development of solar power.
In Spain, the effects of climate change are noticeable in the higher temperatures being experienced leading to: a reduction of water resources, an increase of surface areas with a semi-arid climate, and rises in both temperature and levels of the Mediterranean Sea.
We are pleased to confirm that we have strengthened our Singapore litigation practice by hiring Glenn G. Cheng from K&L Gates Straits Law LLC. Glenn, who is dual-qualified at the Bar of England and Wales and admitted as an advocate and solicitor of Singapore, becomes the fifteenth partner in our growing Singapore office.
The energy-from-waste (EfW) sector is a fast growing industry in the UK but still lags behind continental Europe.
With the pace of change in the global insurance market showing no signs of slowing in 2020, we have underlined the London Market’s need to reassert its ability to adapt and manage the constant evolution of global risk. Releasing our annual London Market forecast for the year ahead, we have made predictions across 11 areas impacting the London Market, namely: aviation, casualty coverage, construction, cyber, energy, financial lines, marine, product liability and life sciences, professions, political risks and property damage.
The pace of change in the global insurance market has not slowed down in the last 12 months, nor are there any indications of it doing so over the course of the coming year.