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Supreme Court decision on fatal accidents abroad provides certainty to businesses, says expert

German law had to be used to assess applicable damages in respect of a fatal accident involving a British citizen in Germany, the UK's Supreme Court has ruled. 04 Apr 2014

'Connected cars' phenomenon raises data ownership and liability issues, says expert

The fundamental question of whether the data generated by 'connected cars' can legally be owned and who actually acquires ownership in such data at the time when they are generated must be answered before the extent to which companies can make use of that... 14 Feb 2014

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Court of Appeal to rule on standard of proof in 'follow the settlement' clause dispute

FOCUS: The Court of Appeal is to consider the standard of proof to be applied in unqualified 'follow the settlement' clauses in deciding whether a claim falls within the risks covered by the reinsurance policy following a recent High Court judgment. 30 Jan 2014

Insurers and policy holders need clarity over DPAs, BIS crackdown and extent of D&O coverage

FOCUS: Insurers providing directors and officers (D&O) cover should redraft their policies to clarify whether or not they cover company directors and officers for costs associated with new corporate dispute resolution procedures. 06 Jan 2014

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