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15 February 2018 New Insurance Distribution Directive application deadline announced

EU ambassadors confirmed yesterday that new dates for the transposition and application deadlines for the Insurance Distribution Directive had been agreed following the European Commission’s proposal to delay them in 2017.

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13 December 2016 Interim injunction granted to enforce restrictive covenants

The court has granted an application for an interim injunction against the claimant’s former employee to enforce non-competition restrictive covenants and confidentiality clauses in his employment contract

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16 June 2016 Sanctions for poorly paginated bundles

The case of PM Project Services Ltd (PM) v Dairy Crest Ltd (DC) 2016 has shown the implications of court bundles not being properly paginated.

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23 November 2015 Cyber risks - too risky for Lloyd’s market?

Syndicates within Lloyd’s market have reduced the amount of cyber risks they are underwriting. With instances of cyber-crime occurring on an almost daily basis and the huge costs of investigating…

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19 November 2015 Review to injury small claims limit back on track?

Caroline Dineage has confirmed that proposals to increase the small claims limit will be included in an Insurance Fraud Taskforce report expected by the end of December.

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23 October 2015 TalkTalk isn't cheap!

News of the third cyber attack suffered by TalkTalk since February has broken – and this one could be catastrophic as 4 million customers’ personal and financial data may have been accessed.

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9 September 2015 Are in house legal costs recoverable under a liability policy?

Charles Dougherty QC sitting as an arbitrator handed down his award this week in an arbitration brought by a police authority against their insurer...

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25 August 2015 Broker negligent for yacht valuation error

… When the yacht was damaged, the insurer declined to pay £13M as there was evidence to show that the claimant believed that it may be worth £7M to £8M.

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