Aon is set to pay a $1bn termination fee to WTW as CEO Greg Case says the two businesses "reached an impasse with the US Department of Justice".
The Financial Conduct Authority published the document on its website alongside a table to show relevant declarations by policy type.
Mulsanne launched a case against the start-up in March this year, accusing it of misusing confidential information and stealing trade secrets.
But the deal is still on hold as a November trial looms in the United States and the New Zealand Commerce Commission also raises competition concerns.
The insurtech start-up was also ordered to provide information ahead of a trial later this year in a legal case that centres around Mulsanne accusing Marshmallow of stealing trade secrets.
The two brokers have said they disagree with the move after the DoJ warns merger would “create a broking behemoth” and “threatens to eliminate competition, raise prices and reduce innovation”.
The insurer says brokers can sell excess cover either as a stand-alone add on to a primary home or motor policy, or it can be tailored to protect customers across a range of excesses.
In an ongoing court battle Mulsanne claims Marshmallow has proposed to "dump" its clients in what the insurer brands a "potential serious regulatory breach".
Mulsanne launched a case against the start-up in March this year and is seeking to claim £39m in damages.
Keating discusses the business interruption test case and the FCA's £7.5m special levy to recover the costs as he urges brokers, MGAs and insurers to pull together and rebuild trust in the sector.
Court documents show the trial as to liability will take place this year after Mulsanne accused Marshmallow of stealing trade secrets.
The insurer’s 24/7 telephone service can provide guidance on any business-related legal matter, from employment law to debt recovery and property disputes, as well as advice on Covid-19 related legislation.
Mulsanne says it has suffered loss and damage of at least £39m, as judge orders Marshmallow to disclose information relating to the case.
Jelf, now Marsh Commercial, had last year accused DRP and three former Jelf employees of orchestrating a coordinated team move, breaching contracts, soliciting Jelf’s clients and using Jelf’s confidential information.
Ross says an industry working group was “on the cusp” of solving the issue around Covid-19 BI claims, when the opportunity was “taken out of our hands” due to the FCA’s test case.
Regulator says providers have paid out £192.1m in interim payments for unsettled claims and £279.8m in final settlements at it reiterates order to pay out quickly.
The dispute centres around accusations of misconduct, data breaches and misuse of the MyLicence platform at Fresh, which was bought by Kingfisher in 2018.
In a letter to insurers, FCA executive director Sheldon Mills, urges firms to reassess and settle valid BI claims.
Ashwin Mistry slams those attacking brokers and warns that the Orient Express ruling could leave some sectors uninsurable.
Trade body to issue package of guidance and host a webinar to help members "manage some difficult conversations" after brokers are inundated with calls from clients hoping to claim.
Brokers say national press coverage has led to confusion and a massive increase in client calls as they await communication from insurers on how to proceed.
Following the Supreme Court business interruption ruling last week, Jonathan Swift argues brokers need not join their insurer partners in suffering Murder By the Orient Express, but instead play an important role in helping policyholders understand what…
Providers pledge to review claims and contact customers after the Supreme Court sided with the FCA and policyholders in the final verdict over payment of BI claims arising from Covid-19.
The court also concluded that the Orient Express case, which insurers relied on during the hearing, was wrongly decided and should be overruled.