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27 Jul 2016
The circumstances in which a compromise can be set aside on the basis of fraudulent misrepresentation have been revisited today by the Supreme Court in Hayward v Zurich Insurance

25 Jul 2016
BLM partner and cyber expert, Nick Gibbons has spoken to Infrastructure Intelligence about cyber attacks and how UK rail networks have fallen victim at least four times in the last 12 months.

25 Jul 2016
Insurance and risk law specialist BLM has appointed two new directors to its operations board in a drive to develop the firm’s business improvement agenda and Go to Market offering.

25 Jul 2016
BLM abuse expert Paula Jefferson has spoken to Post about the ever-increasing rise in physical and sexual abuse claims and what insurers are doing to react.

22 Jul 2016
The National Care Standards in Scotland, created under the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001, describe what people using a range of care services in Scotland can expect.

22 Jul 2016
What happens when a 19th century act meets a 21st century riot? A landmark case and its journey through to the Supreme Court has thrown the operation of the Riot (Damages) Act 1886 Act into sharp focus and prompted a much needed overhaul of the statute books when looking at who should be picking up the pieces after a riot.

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