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Submitted: 21 August 2019
This blog reviews the Court's decision in Lessees and Management Co of Herons Court v NHBC Building Control Services Limited  EWCA Civ 1423.
Submitted: 01 August 2019
This blog post examines the recent decision in Engie Fabricom UK Ltd v MW High Tech Projects Ltd, and the difficulties the parties faced concerning a jurisdictional issue relating to whether or not the project works were “construction operations” under the Construction Act 1996.
Submitted: 18 July 2019
We consider why buy-side insureds are starting to request the exclusion of insurers’ subrogation rights against the buyer’s professional advisors. Are concerns that contribution claims might be made against the seller well founded?
Submitted: 11 July 2019
The FCA has confirmed that in November 2018 four UK banks were targeted by hackers, further highlighting cyber weaknesses in financial services.
Submitted: 20 June 2019
In Young v Royal and Sun Alliance, the Scottish Court of Session held that the insurer had not waived nondisclosure under the Insurance Act 2015.
Submitted: 14 June 2019
The International Underwriting Association has published draft cyber loss exclusions in an attempt to combat uncertainty in “silent” cyber risk cover.
Submitted: 10 June 2019
In Sartex Quilts & Textiles Limited v Endurance Corporate Capital, the court looked at the principles applicable to the measure of recovery for property loss, including questions of betterment
Submitted: 06 June 2019
In this second instalment of our Technology in Construction series, we look at the use of drones in the construction industry and the potential legal and insurance issues arising out of their use.
Submitted: 22 May 2019
In this blog post we outline some of the key areas where disputes may arise in relation to renewable energy projects in the wind, waste to energy, solar and hydroelectric power markets.
Submitted: 21 May 2019
We explore the decision in Thomas and Thomas v Taylor Wimpey and others  EWHC 1134 (TCC), which considers whether there is a qualification to the principle of non-recoverability of pure economic losses.
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09 Sep 2019
Data controllers will now have one month from the date of receipt of a DSAR to provide response.
Luxembourg 15 September 2019 deadline approaches requiring notification to CSSF of intentions to continue operating under the transitional regime
Selected data protection legal and regulatory developments in the UK, EU and internationally. Highlights include the first significant GDPR fines, the largest data protection fine ever and new guidance from the ICO on the use of artificial intelligence.
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