Search
Searching Content indexed under Insurance by Herbert Smith Freehills ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1 2  
>>Next
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
New Regulatory Regime For Insurance Intermediaries In Hong Kong Takes Effect
The new statutory regime for the regulation of insurance intermediaries in Hong Kong takes effect today.
UK
27 Sep 2019
2
The New Regulatory Regime For Insurance Intermediaries In Hong Kong – Are You Ready For 23 September 2019?
On 23 September 2019, the new statutory regime for the regulation of insurance intermediaries will take effect.
Hong Kong
24 Sep 2019
3
Australian Decision Takes Opposite View To The English Court On Whether Depreciation Amounts To A Saving In Business Interruption Calculation
An Australian state Court of Appeal decision has expressly rejected the reasoning of Mr Justice Flaux (as he then was) in the English High Court case of Synergy Health (UK)
Australia
3 Sep 2019
4
The Month Ahead In Financial Services Regulatory Developments… - August 30, 2019
In this blog post, we round-up forthcoming developments in the UK and at EU and International levels in financial services regulation which are expected for September 2019.
UK
2 Sep 2019
5
Court Of Appeal Clarifies Test For Rectifying Terms Of Written Contract For Common Mistake August 22, 2019
In an important recent decision, the Court of Appeal has confirmed the test for rectifying a contractual document on the grounds of common mistake
UK
26 Aug 2019
6
Stormy Outlook Or A Silver Lining? EIOPA Consults On Principles For Outsourcing To Cloud Service Providers
The increasing threat that new market entrants might use technology to win a share of the insurance market has been forcing established insurers to assess the ways in which they might maintain their competitive advantage.
UK
19 Aug 2019
7
ICO's Proposed Largest Ever Fine Of £183 Million Against BA Prompts The Question: Can You Insure Penalties Imposed For Breach Of GDPR?
The UK's data protection authority, the ICO, has announced twice in two days this week that it proposes to levy significant fines on organisations for breaches of the General Data
UK
16 Aug 2019
8
Class Actions Related Appeals Heading For The Supreme Court
As in many jurisdictions, class actions are becoming more frequent in the the English courts. A body of case law is building up, and that will be added to by three cases which are to go the Supreme Court, as discussed...
UK
8 Aug 2019
9
Guideline On Cybersecurity For Hong Kong Authorised Insurers Will Come Into Effect On 1 January 2020
Last Friday, the Hong Kong Insurance Authority published its Guideline on Cybersecurity (GL 20) for authorised insurers. GL 20 will take effect on 1 January 2020.
Hong Kong
29 Jul 2019
10
FCA Calls For Input On Proposed Cross-Sector Sandbox
New technologies, such as artificial intelligence ("AI") and distributed ledger technology ("DLT"), continue to have a significant impact on the way in which firms
UK
29 Jul 2019
11
High Court Awards Indemnity On A Reinstatement Basis For Damaged Property Which Had Not Been Reinstated
In Sartex Quilts & Textiles Limited v Endurance Corporate Capital Limited [2019] EWHC 1103 (Comm), David Railton QC sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge in the Commercial Court decided that the reinstatement basis...
UK
26 Jul 2019
12
W&I Insurance: Courts Confirm Approach For Assessing Damages For Breach Of Warranty In A SPA
Warranty and Indemnity (W&I) insurance is being used more and more widely across the breadth of global M&A activity to provide protection to buyers for breaches of warranty.
UK
25 Jul 2019
13
FCA Brexit Guidance – Too Little, Too Late?
With a month to go until the UK is due to leave the EU, FCA guidance published yesterday is too late for most UK insurers and intermediaries to change their plans.
UK
3 Apr 2019
14
High Court Makes Non-Party Costs Order Against Liability Insurer
In a recent decision, the High Court has made a non-party costs order against a law firm's professional indemnity insurer, in circumstances where the insurer had effectively relinquished control
UK
13 Feb 2019
15
Duty Of The Broker To Inform The Insured Of Its Disclosure Obligations
In the recent case of Nicholas G Jones v (1) Environcom Limited (2) Environcom England Limited and MS PLC t/a Miles Smith Insurance Brokers [2010] EWHC 759 (Comm) Mr Justice David Steel restated the broker's duty to inform its client of its disclosure obligations.
UK
1 Jun 2010
Links to Result pages
 
1 2  
>>Next