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Cyber_Bytes - Issue 4 2019

Published on 28 November 2019. By Richard Breavington, Partner and Christopher Ashton, Associate and Rachel Ford, Associate

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Welcome to Cyber_Bytes, a round up of key developments in cyber, tech and evolving risks over the last two weeks.

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No Deal Brexit – implications for data and privacy law compliance

Published on 17 October 2019. By Jon Bartley, Partner and Richard Breavington, Partner

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The Brexit rollercoaster ride continues. At the time of writing, the UK and EU have just announced the agreement of a new withdrawal deal but there are serious doubts about whether it will be backed by Parliament. Despite the requirements of the Benn Act, the risk of the UK leaving the EU without a deal continues to be a concern.

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The latest results, threats & opportunities for insurers

Published on 22 August 2018. By Richard Breavington, Partner

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Partner Richard Breavington shares his views on the challenges for insurers in a post-GDPR world, the most valuable changes in technology for insurers and the most exciting thing about the world of InsurTech.

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Update: Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018

Published on 10 August 2018. By Richard Breavington, Partner and Sarah Hill, Legal Director

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New legislation relating to automated vehicles clarifies liability issues and insurance coverage, and adds provisions relating to electric vehicles.

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The Automated and Electronic Vehicles Bill

Published on 04 July 2017. By Richard Breavington, Partner and Jonathan Charwat, Senior Associate

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The Automated and Electronic Vehicles Bill was announced during the Queen's Speech and is intended to put the UK at the forefront of the driverless car market, estimated to be worth £28bn by 2035.

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Insurance contract law reform – a reinsurance angle

Published on 04 November 2014. By Richard Breavington, Partner

In Spring 2015, the Insurance Bill, which applies to business insurance and thereby reinsurance, is likely to be given royal assent.

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