ARAG's bi-annual news bulletin covers the latest developments impacting the legal expenses insurance field. Find out how ARAG fared at Post's Underwriting Service Awards, how the abolition of employment tribunal fees will affect claims and three legal developments that probably won't happen in 2018.
In this Q&A, Nigel Edwards, senior vice-president and head of Europe at EXL, spoke with Jonathan Swift to discuss the incoming General Data Protection Regulation and its impact on insurers.
This article provides various examples that illustrate the variety and breadth of the legislation and regulatory action that can apply to directors individually.
Work-related stress can have significant consequences for businesses, with loss of productivity, increased absences and the threat of employers’ liability claims among the dangers. This article highlights key liability considerations relating to workplace stress and strategies to reduce the risks.
Designed for brokers, this guide discusses the legal aspects of marketing. The guide highlights some of the key legislation, potential reputational risks for businesses and considerations for social media management.
ARAG's bi-annual news bulletin covers the latest developments impacting the legal expenses insurance field. Inside this issue: whiplash & discount rate reforms delayed; getting data privacy right; Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) outcome; innovation workshops.
When the Riot Compensation Act 2016 came into force in April 2017, it sought to clarify and modernise the legislation related to riot-related compensation. This article sheds light on how the 2011 London riots contributed to the law change and the implications for insurers, claimants and businesses.
In this video, Karen Archer, MD of ARAG's independent legal advice partner Law Express, talks about the exclusive relationship with ARAG and the quality of the service they deliver to our policyholders.
Brokers are invaluable when it comes to helping landlords find the right insurance cover for their property investments, but it’s essential that they understand all of the upcoming regulations that landlords face. Download this guide to find out how you can ensure your clients have suitable cover.
Figures show that up to 40% of businesses have insufficient business interruption (BI) cover. This article focuses on the steps that brokers can take to minimise the risk of underinsurance and associated client disputes.