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    The Supreme Court rules on causation in professional negligence case

    13.03.2019 |Insurance

    In the recent case of Perry (Respondent) v Raleys Solicitors (Appellants) [2019] UKSC 5, the Supreme Court handed down a landmark judgment clarifying the correct approach to causation in professional indemnity cases in which the claimant alleges that because of his advisor’s negligence, he has last the chance to bring a claim against a third party.

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    The Supreme Court rules on causation in professional negligence case

    13.03.2019 |Insurance

    In the recent case of Perry (Respondent) v Raleys Solicitors (Appellants) [2019] UKSC 5, the Supreme Court has reiterated the correct approach to causation in professional indemnity cases in which the claimant alleges that because of his advisor’s negligence, he has lost the chance to bring a claim against a third party.

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    The FCA does not need to fix what isn’t broker-n

    27.02.2019 |Insurance

    In February 2019, The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published its final report on its two-year Wholesale Insurance Broker Market Study, which aimed to gauge whether competition in the London brokerage industry works effectively in the interest of its clients.

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    Structural defects in the policy wording?

    26.02.2019 |Insurance

    The High Court has handed down a judgment which provides a no-nonsense interpretation of a structural defects insurance policy, once again letting parties know that their intentions must be spelt out in the contract.

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    Unexpected item in the vicarious liability area

    07.02.2019 |Insurance

    The Court of Appeal’s recent decision in WM Morrison Supermarkets Plc v. Various Claimants has extended the scope of an employer’s vicarious liability for the acts of its employees.

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    German Regulator’s view on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (BDAI)

    05.02.2019 |Insurance

    German Insurance regulator BaFin has published a paper after having commissioned a BDAI study on challenges and implications for the supervision and regulation of financial services. The paper and the study are intended to initiate discussions about BDAI in the insurance sector.

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    A recent jurisdiction result - Common sense over chaos

    28.01.2019 |Insurance

    The recent Commercial Court judgment of Catlin Syndicate Limited and XL Insurance Company SE v. Weyerhaeuser Company [2018] EWHC 3609 (Comm) dealt with the issue of determining what the parties had agreed with regard to dispute resolution.

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    Appealing to “better” judgment

    22.01.2019 |Insurance

    This Court of Appeal decision, refusing permission to appeal, is a good summary of the hurdles to clear before permission to appeal is granted and highlights the need to make the best case possible on the facts at first instance as the Court of Appeal will be reluctant to revisit findings of fact.