Fresh Perspectives

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Challenge to SRA intervention rejected

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 11.08.2017 Read more
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Could 'clickstream data' put firms' websites in the spotlight?

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 08.08.2017 Read more
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Government sets out details of new data protection legislation

Topic: Data and privacy 07.08.2017 Read more
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Lights, camera, legal action

Topic: Trainees take on business 07.08.2017 Read more
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No duty of care owed when conducting a redress procedure

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 04.08.2017 Read more
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Joey Barton has succeeded in reducing the ban imposed on him by the FA Commission following breaches of FA Rules concerning betting – but he's still banned until 1 June 2018

Topic: Sports 04.08.2017 Read more
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Court of Appeal distinguishes Target

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 04.08.2017 Read more
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Contractors and Insurers beware - Contractor found to bear the risk of an incorrect standard as fitness for purpose prevails in the Supreme Court

Topic: Built Environment

Published by Rebecca Taylor, Trainee solicitor

This morning the Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated judgment in MT Højgaard A/S v E.ON Climate & Renewables UK Robin Rigg East Limited and another [2017] UKSC 59. The Judgment should be of concern to both contractors and their insurers.

03.08.2017 Read more
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New corporate criminal offence

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 03.08.2017 Read more
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New corporate tax evasion offences – the clock is ticking!

Topic: Corporate Insurance and Financial Services

Published by Marcus Bonnell, Regulatory Counsel

Financial services firms should ensure they have in place appropriate policies and procedures as they prepare for the new corporate tax evasion offences.

03.08.2017 Read more