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Envoyé: 14 December 2018
Insurers need to be mindful of the risk of breaking the law when making payments in respect of extortion threats.
Insurers need to be mindful of the risks when making payments in respect of extortion threats.
Envoyé: 12 December 2018
On 19 November 2018, the Irish tax authority (the Revenue Commissioners or Revenue) issued a guidance note on the tax treatment of Islamic finance transactions (the Guidelines).
Envoyé: 06 December 2018
In Burgess v Lejonvarn the claimants failed in every aspect of their breach of duty claim against the defendant architect.
In Burgess v Lejonvarn the claimants failed in every aspect of their breach of duty claim against the defendant architect, despite having previously established as a preliminary issue that the architect, whom provided free services to friends, owed a duty of care in tort when carrying out those services.
Envoyé: 20 November 2018
This article discusses the request for a preliminary ruling under Article 267 TFEU of the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main referring the question whether the liability of the French insurer Allianz France towards a German appellant for defective silicone breast implants is dependent on the interpretation of the prohibition of anti-discrimination (Article 18 TFEU).
Envoyé: 15 November 2018
In this article we consider the English law position in respect of the measure of damages for breach of warranty, and the implications for W&I insurers.
Dernière révision: 08 November 2018 / Envoyé: 06 September 2018
Restrictions seem likely to be introduced on the scope of input VAT recovery for supplies of insurance and financial services (including intermediary services) to third country customers.
Envoyé: 31 October 2018
This report focuses on key regulatory developments relevant to insurance companies. It looks at future developments, rather than being a retrospective analysis. We outline what is relevant this quarter and beyond.
Envoyé: 30 October 2018
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the Data Protection Act does not exclude vicarious liability for tortious privacy actions such as breach of confidence and misuse of private information and has left the door open for further group actions arising from a cyber or data breach.
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