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16 September 2020 0 Comments Posted in Business, Dispute Resolution, Opinion

The FCA’s business insurance test case: key takeaways from the judgment and next steps for businesses

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The High Court has delivered its ruling in the highly anticipated business interruption insurance (BII) test case. The FCA brought proceedings on behalf of policyholders, along with two action groups, in which the Court considered whether a sample of BII policies provided cover for losses arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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15 September 2020 0 Comments Posted in Business, Dispute Resolution, Opinion

Business interruption insurance test case: welcome news for policyholders

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Judgment has today (15 September) been handed down in the much publicised business interruption insurance (BII) case which considered whether various BII policies provided cover in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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7 February 2020 0 Comments Posted in Health & Social Care, Opinion

Care Providers: are you using the Data Security and Protection (DSP) Toolkit?

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Care Providers: are you using the Data Security and Protection (DSP) Toolkit?

Fran Tremeer explains why even social care providers not providing care under the NHS Standard Contract ought to comply with the DSP Toolkit.

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5 August 2019 0 Comments Posted in Dispute Resolution, Opinion

Insolvency snakes and ladders: HMRC climbs up as other creditors slide down

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When a company collapses, there is usually a queue of creditors hoping to get back at least some of the money owed to them. With the new rules set to change the order in which creditors are to be paid in insolvency scenarios, individuals and companies relying on insolvency proceedings to recover debts may find themselves worse off.

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21 January 2019 0 Comments Posted in Health & Social Care, Opinion

CQC’s new guidance on the factual accuracy process for draft inspection reports: a chance to have your say.

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Did you take part in CQC’s previous consultations regarding their factual accuracy guidance? Have CQC solved the problems you identified with the existing process for challenging draft inspection reports? Read on to hear our thoughts and find out how to share your views.

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