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Brexit - "at a glance" - implications for insurance intermediaries

European Union, United Kingdom - September 23 2016 Referendum of itself has no legal effect; Article 50 notice triggers withdrawal process Litigation concerning Article 50 process may be resolved by...

Barnaby Hinnigan, Alison Matthews, Gavin Williams.

Insurance Act 2015 now in force

United Kingdom - August 16 2016 Trustees take note - last Friday, 12 August, marked the day that the Insurance Act 2015 came into force. This is the most significant reform of UK...

Antonia Pegden, Kris Weber, Sarah Irons, Samantha Brown.

Insurance Act 2015 comes into force today

United Kingdom - August 12 2016 Today marks the day that the Insurance Act 2015 (the "Act") comes into force. This is the most significant reform of UK insurance law in over 100...

David Reston, Anthony Dempster.

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...

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...

David Reston, Paul Annabell.