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Chinyelu Oranefo
16 May 2019
Build­ing a sus­tain­able fin­ance eco­sys­tem
21 May 19
Re­new­ables Break­fast Sem­in­ar: Off­shore Wind in Emer­ging...
Draw­ing the line un­der si­lent cy­ber
In­surer­s' man­age­ment of cy­ber risk, in­clud­ing si­lent cy­ber cov­er, has at­trac­ted the in­terest of the UK Pruden­tial Reg­u­lat­ory Au­thor­ity (the PRA). The PRA has called on in­surers to re­duce their un­in­ten­ded ex­pos­ure to si­lent cy­ber cov­er, and to im­prove their.
14 May 2019
CMS bol­sters Cor­por­ate cap­ab­il­ity in north­ern of­fices...
22 May 19
Em­ploy­ment Round-up (Ab­er­deen)
The im­pact of bur­den of proof find­ings on fu­ture ad­ju­dic­a­tions
The Court of Ap­peal has last week gran­ted per­mis­sion for the ap­peal of a TCC de­cision in re­la­tion to bur­den of proof find­ings made by an ad­ju­dic­at­or. The TCC de­cision al­lowed claims which had pre­vi­ously been val­ued at zero by an ad­ju­dic­at­or due to lack of evid­ence.
10 May 2019
CMS signs Mind­ful Busi­ness Charter
23 May 19
Em­ploy­ment Round-up (Glas­gow)
Court of Ap­peal’s view on scope of an in­sured’s no­ti­fic­a­tion of cir­cum­stances
Wheth­er a claim falls with­in the scope of an earli­er no­ti­fic­a­tion is an is­sue that fre­quently arises with claims-made policies. In Euro Pools Plc v Roy­al and Sun Al­li­ance Plc, the court had to de­cide wheth­er a cir­cum­stance no­ti­fied to the claimant’s 2006-7.