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Bulk transfers without consent - security of benefits not an actuarial consideration

United Kingdom - June 10 2016 The recent decision of the High Court in Pollock v Reed, the Halcrow Pension Scheme litigation, has thrown into sharp focus the plight of…

Co-authors: Antonia Pegden, Kris Weber, Samantha Brown.


New right for policyholders to claim damages for late payment of insurance claims

United Kingdom - May 5 2016 The Enterprise Act 2016 ("the Act") received Royal Assent yesterday. Among other reforms, the Act changes English law's approach to remedies for late…

Co-authors: David Reston, Paul Annabell.


9 months to go: how ready is the market for the Insurance Act 2015?

United Kingdom - December 1 2015 With just nine months to go until the Insurance Act 2015 (the "Act") comes into force, how ready is the market? A recent survey carried out by Airmic…

Co-authors: David Reston, Christopher Foster, Alexander Oddy, Sarah Irons, Anthony Dempster.


Damages for late payment of claims – back on the agenda

United Kingdom - October 9 2015 The provision in the Insurance Bill (now the Insurance Act 2015) which provided insureds with a remedy for damages in the event of late payment of…

Co-authors: David Reston, Alexander Oddy, Sarah Irons.


Court of Appeal considers meaning of a product under a contractors' Combined Liability Policy

United Kingdom - April 1 2015 In Aspen Insurance UK Limited v Adana Construction Limited [2015] EWCA Civ 176, the Court of Appeal considered the meaning of a "Product" under the…

Co-authors: Hattie Middleditch, Anthony Dempster.

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