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It does not matter where you work or what you do, the recent spotlight on gender equality is having an impact on all businesses, regardless of size, nature or geographical location.
We are pleased to confirm that we have promoted six solicitors to our partnership, taking our worldwide partner count to 279.
Case review 12/04/2018
The positon that employers have a duty to conduct a risk assessment only where the task presents a “real risk” of injury continues to be tested in the courts
The Civil Liability Bill is a big stride in the right direction but there remains a lot to play for on the detail to ensure it achieves its aim, we have warned
We are thrilled to announce that we have published a significantly updated edition of our guide to claims handling, which helps empower insurers, third party administrators, corporates and their claims teams to become less reliant on their lawyers.
Universal Credit - benefits reforms are good news for insurers
Head trauma and dementia
Case review 22/01/2018
Sinfield v London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (in Liquidation) [22.01.18]
Case review 08/01/2018
The High Court finds Morrisons vicariously liable for the criminal actions of its employee in posting almost 100,000 of its employees’ personal data on the web.
Ten or so years ago, insurers began slowly to ask their legal advisors about technology and innovation. In those early days, such matters were generally addressed as part of a legal services tender. The questions themselves, perhaps by today’s standards, could be said to have been naïve. They included, “tell us what you mean by innovation”, or “what guidance can you give to us about innovating for the future”.