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Insurers would be primarily responsible for paying out damages stemming from accidents caused by 'automated vehicles' under new UK legislation laid before the UK parliament. 23 Feb 2017
EU policy makers are considering introducing a new licensing regime for anonymised "machine-generated data". 12 Jan 2017
Retailers are expected to protect anyone who enters their premises from harm, by removing or controlling risks to employees, volunteers, contractors or members of the public.
The Consumer Rights Act aims to rectify the traditional complexities of UK consumer law by consolidating eight pieces of separate legislation in this area into a single piece of legislation.
Deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) are a way for authorities and companies to settle certain kinds of disputes involving allegations of corporate criminal misconduct. Their use could have implications for directors and officers liability (D&O) insurance....
This guide is based on the law of England and Wales. It was last updated in August 2015.
This guide is based on the law of England and Wales. It was last updated in August 2015
This guide is based on the law of England and Wales. It was last updated in May 2012.
Insurers will be responsible for paying compensation directly to "innocent victims" of collisions involving driverless cars, but will be able to recover those costs from the vehicle manufacturer if the crash was caused by a fault with their technology, under... 12 Jan 2017
The total amount that property and casualty insurers in the US can ultimately expect to pay out over third party claims has increased, to $100 billion, according to ratings agency AM Best. 06 Dec 2016
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