Warranties in the South African law of insurance have been interpreted in accordance with principles of English insurance contracts and not as understood...
October 26, 2015
In this edition of Insurance focus, we consider recent developments in the regulatory landscape across our global practice.
October 13, 2015
A new approach to ensuring that individuals with responsibility for management and governance in insurance firms is being introduced by the UK regulators.
The European Commission’s Green Paper on Financial Services and Insurance looks to innovative technologies as the solution to the perceived failure of the Single Mar
Natasha Hawkins comments below on this recent decision by Mrs Justice Carr, which considers the circumstances in which insurers are entitled to avoid an insurance po
The Enterprise Bill which had its first reading in the House of Lords on September 16 proposes an amendment to the Insurance Act 2015 to enable insureds to claim dam
On August 13, 2015 Norton Rose Fulbright directors, Malcolm Hartwell and Lizel Oberholzer, by invitation from President Jacob Zuma, attended the presentation...
August 21, 2015
In this edition of Insurance focus, we look at how class actions impact insurers.
July 15, 2015
Regulatory and investigations matters are the top concern for in-house general counsel and the third highest type of dispute that their companies are facing.
Americans are fascinated by the British class system. We have, in turn, come to realise that the British are fascinated by our own class system - the class action sy
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