Insurance Covid-Cast episode 13: Litigation under lockdown - how are lawyers and insurers managing legal disputes and hearings during the Coronavirus?
In the latest episode of Insurance Post and Insurance Age’s new video series brought to you while our journalists are working from home, we gathered together a group of lawyers and claims experts to discuss how they are managing dispute resolution and…
Marcus Campbell and Graham Briggs of DAC Beachcroft discuss what brokers need to know to best protect their clients as the Covid-19 pandemic continues.
Marcus Campbell and Graham Briggs of DAC Beachcroft explain how brokers can weather the storm of a hardening market.
DAC Beachcroft said analysis of FCA studies found that firms do not have sufficient focus on customers.
Mathew Rutter backs Biba advice that brokers should not panic.
New proposals could see seven month delay.
Survey reveals insurance staff believe culture within firms needs to change as diversity festival Dive In kicks off.
DAC Beachcroft report predicts blockchain impact, another IPT rise and increased focus on corporate governance for brokers.
Claims management companies are to come under the remit of the Financial Conduct Authority. What effect will this have on the sector?
DAC Beachcroft says need for standalone cyber cover could be reinforced.
Biba and DAC Beachcroft launch guide to provide clarification.
Brokerbility has partnered with law firms Berrymans Lace Mawer (BLM) and DAC Beachcroft to provide its members with an enhanced claims strategy.
The Court of Appeal has unanimously agreed that surveyors did not owe a duty of care to a buy-to-let investor in the case of Scullion v Bank of Scotland Plc (t/a Colleys).
The Lord Chancellor, Kenneth Clarke, today announced in the House of Commons proposals for implementing major changes to the way in which civil litigation is funded in England and Wales.
As the UK’s construction sector struggles to come to grips with the current recession, attention within the insurance industry has focused upon the professional indemnity (PI) exposures associated with construction and particular emphasis has been placed…
The Insurance Mediation Directive is set to be superseded. James MacNish Porter says now is the time to give the EU your input.
The law regarding risk perception, negligence, responsibility and compensation is about to undergo a massive overhaul, writes Andrew Parker.
The Financial Services Authority's (FSA) proposal to increase the maximum level of Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) compensation to £150,000 may force small brokers out of business, legal experts have warned.
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are valid tools for public-facing communications, though their ubiquity and ease of use present some dangers, writes Emma Bate.
This month's roundtable grapples with the factors holding the motor market back and asks what measures need to be taken for it to return to profitability.Liz McMahon reports.
Changes to the age of compulsory retirement will have an impact on brokers and their clients. Alex Lock looks at potential financial implications and risks to consider.
Law firm Beachcroft has criticised the FSA’s policy statement on payment protection insurance.
The moribund Financial Services Authority has been busy enforcing client money regulations, issuing large fines. Brokers are advised to keep their houses well in order, writes Mathew Rutter.
As issues of trading SME business through the aggregator channel are brought to light, Edward Murray asks whether it is too complex a sector to ever be successfully sold in bulk.