23 November 2023

Legal sector compliance plummets, data reveals

Only a quarter of regulated firms always check new customers against sanctions or Politically Exposed Person (PEP) lists. This is...

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7 August 2023

UK Government goes forward with critical Insurance Resolution Regime

The United Kingdom is taking decisive steps towards establishing a resolution framework designed to effectively address the potential failure of...

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18 May 2022

Reform, but at what cost?

[caption id="attachment_19542" align="alignleft" width="300"] Andy Cullwick, head of marketing at First4Lawyers[/caption] With reform of clinical negligence the next objective of...

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26 April 2022

Legal profession reacts to proposed fixed costs cap for clinical negligence claims

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and other groups representing the legal profession used the now-closed consultation on the proposed fixed...

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25 April 2022

IFED appoints new head of unit

Detective Chief Inspector Tom Hill has been appointed as the new head of the City of London Police’s Insurance Fraud...

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21 April 2022

Allianz and Thatcham Research react to automated driving changes in The Highway Code

The UK government’s changes to The Highway Code, designed to ensure that automated driving technology is introduced safely, have been...

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1 February 2022

UK government proposes cap for lower value clinical negligence cases

The UK government has a proposed a new cap “to ensure legal costs for lower value clinical negligence cases are...

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23 November 2020

CompareTheMarket to review CMA ruling

CompareTheMarket fundamentally disagrees with the Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA) conclusion that the price comparison website breached competition law. A...

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