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Where the letter of claim is sent after the 7th of May 2018 a new regime applies for claims worth less than £25,000 though it is currently unclear as to what extent the regime will apply to UK holidays. Paul Edwards examines the new rules and asks whether this could be seen as a missed opportunity.
Since the commencement of the Corporate Homicide and Corporate Manslaughter Act in 2007 there have been less than 20 convictions for the offence of corporate manslaughter but of these, only one prosecution has arisen in relation to the operation of a care home.
Dene Rowe, Director of Product Development, queries whether the industry is ready for Blockchain.
Keoghs have successfully secured a commitment from the Government for a key amendment to the Companies Act 2006. This will preserve insurers’ rights to pursue contributions in legacy claims – especially mesothelioma.
Lord Faulks has tabled an amendment to the Civil Liability Bill. We take a look at the proposals and the implications they may have on the discount rate.
As with the proverbial bus, you wait ages for a reported Athens Convention case then two come along in the same month.