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Airmic survey suggests there is a lot to do to ensure the market is ready for the new legislation
Insureds, brokers and insurers should take notice now: the new law will drive practical change in the way business is placed and underwritten
It is well established, where a successful litigant has refused an invitation to mediate, it may later be deprived of some or all of the costs it would otherwise have been awarded if the refusal was unreasonable
In the past two years British risk association Airmic has issued policy clauses for use by its members and the market, dealing with non-disclosure, reservation of rights and the disapplication of basis clauses. This article explains the key features of each clause
In this column on October 12, "Can institutionalising the options help in disputes?", Ben Ogden, of Ince & Co, set out some provocative personal views on the role of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in the English civil justice system.