This position paper focuses on FOIL's proposals for civil litigation reform that reflect the lessons learned during the Covid crisis.
In this article, Hannah Thomas, Markel Law’s employment law solicitor, summarises the EU settlement immigration scheme in place for European Economic Area nationals, Swiss nationals and their family members who wish to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021 and what it means for employers.
In this video, Carol Maunder, a partner at Dutton Gregory Solicitors, discusses a high-value birth-injury claim and the vital role that having after-the-event insurance with ARAG plays in enabling access to justice.
It’s hard to imagine a word cloud for 2020 without the word “vaccine” in it, and 2021 is proving to be little different. This content focuses on whether employers can require employees to be vaccinated before returning to work, and potentially dismiss them, if they refuse.
The whiplash reforms are to be further delayed until May 2021. This FOIL Update briefly outlines the latest developments.
ARAG's news bulletin covers the latest developments impacting the legal expenses insurance field. Topics covered: justice postponed but not forgotten; building at ATE partnership; personal injury awards; partnership history - Barcan+Kirby.
In this video, Andy Talbot, Head of Sales and Marketing at ARAG UK, looks at Employment Practices Liability (EPL) and how an EPL policy is often seen as a key element in limiting the management liability risks of a business.
In this video, Tony Buss, Managing Director of ARAG UK, talks about the state that the UK justice system was in before the coronavirus pandemic, how it has been affected and how the legal expenses insurance sector has responded.
This FOIL Update focuses on the Supreme Court ruling that dismissed appeals against a High Court judgment on insurers paying out in Covid-related disruption on business interruption insurance policies.
It is no secret that the UK justice system has been struggling for some time. This blog focuses on justice in a time of pandemic, claims trends since March and the implications in relation to access to justice.