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We have put our approach to innovation and our role as a knowledge resource to the fore with the launch of a new, responsive website.
DePuy International Ltd’s ULTAMET® Metal-on-Metal (MOM) Articulation, a total hip replacement prosthesis, is not defective under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 (the Act), the High Court has ruled today in a decision likely to affect many hundreds of other claims against manufacturers of MOM hip implants in the UK and the EU generally.
In this article, we examine the particular benefits of mediation for medical negligence cases and the new obligations on solicitors advising claimants.
We are pleased to announce that the publication of the 2018 edition of The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East and Africa has seen us build on previous legal directory success.
Shifting the natural power balance in the healthcare context is essential if clinicians are to truly embrace the concept of patient autonomy
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.
Reinventing insurance for the mobile generation: will blockchain secure the future of insurers over the tech giants?
Insurance is an old industry. Entrepreneurs are looking at how the latest technologies can create new business models to increase efficiency, reduce administration and make insurance products attractive to today’s digital natives.
We are pleased to announce that we have strengthened our commercial litigation capabilities with the arrival of a four-strong team to our Lima office, headed by Tabata Arteta who joins as a partner.
We are pleased to announce that our significant growth in Australia has continued with the appointment of a large team of healthcare and employment law specialists — including three partners, six lawyers and four support staff – formerly of TressCox. They join our Melbourne office today.
The press continues to be dominated by commentary on technological innovation in all sectors, and insurance is no exception. We are all familiar with "fintech", a label identifying the use of new technology like mobile phone banking to create and improve financial services, be it for a consumer or a business. But what about the insurance equivalent? What is “insurtech", and what does it mean for those working in the insurance industry in the near future?