Allan Dunlavy – Schillings

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What types of work are you seeing at the moment in reputation management? Have there been any changes post-pandemic? A lot of the work we’re doing at the moment, particularly with corporates and their senior leadership team, is about building resilience into their online profiles – so both the corporate profile and the individuals’ profiles. …

New green heroes | DAC Beachcroft

Legal Briefing

This is the third time we have run a boardroom priorities survey and the responses are helping build a strong picture of evolving priorities as boards face unprecedented challenges. Thank you to all those who have participated to help create valuable insights.

A state of flux

Feature

For personal injury (PI) practitioners, dynamism is one of the features which makes this such a fulfilling field to work in. The work follows a constant ebb and flow of patterns and trends – from the boom and wane of asbestos-related cases, to the rapid spike in noise-induced hearing loss claims, to the recent resurgence …

Protecting the interests of financial services’ users | Martínez, Algaba, de Haro y Curiel

Legal Briefing

Protecting the users of financial services should always be a priority for any government. In order to comply with this obligation, the Mexican state created a government entity to protect the interests of users of financial services, including services rendered and products sold by insurance companies. That entity is the National Commission for the Protection …

MGA establishment in Ireland | Mathesons

Legal Briefing

Following the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, UK authorised insurance intermediaries lost their regulatory permissions under the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) to carry on insurance distribution activities in respect of EU/EEA based risks and commitments.

The Indian insurance market: key developments | Khaitan & Co

Legal Briefing

The Indian insurance market is in an exciting phase of development. The market has always been considerably under-insured and this has always made India strategically important for international investors, but three key developments are driving further change. First, regulatory and market developments are facilitating greater M&A activity. Second, the emergence of new distribution channels is …

Pointers on UAE insurance law and disputes | Kennedys

Legal Briefing

Insurance is a global business that operates across every jurisdiction. Each jurisdiction has its own set of laws, rules, procedures and nuances. This article summarises basic points of law and procedure, relevant to onshore insurance disputes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Trending commercial disputes and insurance issues in Hong Kong | Clyde & Co

Legal Briefing

As one of the world’s leading financial centres, Hong Kong is home to many financial institutions and international companies. With a common law legal system, Hong Kong’s commercial law and financial regulatory system shares a historical connection to the United Kingdom. However, there are important differences and, in some respects, particularly when it comes to …