The impact of the pandemic on schools and our health services has been widely publicised, but the UK justice system is enduring challenges every bit as acute. This feature examines the consequences of the justice failure and the part legal expenses insurance is playing to mitigate it.
A Supreme Court judgment with far-reaching implications for staff who work irregular hours was supported by legal expenses insurance. This blog highlights how the decision in Harpur Trust v Brazel marks the end of an employment case that has been funded under an ARAG Group Legal Solutions policy.
Fiscal problems inevitably create legal ones, as disputes emerge over contracts, accounts fall into arrears and pressures generate conflict between employers and their staff. This blog highlights why legal protection is proving its value in tough times and how brokers can help commercial clients.
A core purpose of legal expenses insurance is to provide access to justice to those who might otherwise be unable to afford it. This blog highlights why lower value employment claims cases are every bit as important as high profile claims and how ARAG has helped policyholders to achieve justice.
Left reeling by pandemics, volatile markets, rising costs and labour shortages, UK businesses are also seeing a spike in legal disputes. ARAG’s Tony Buss, explains why demand for legal protection is steadily rising with no quick end in sight.
With the effects of Covid, the war in Ukraine and Brexit rearing their heads, legal expenses insurance has moved into the spotlight. This content highlights the factors which are driving an increasingly litigious landscape and how legal expenses cover provides value in volatile times.
ARAG has built a bespoke commercial legal protection solution for DUAL Oliva designed to meet the needs of the specialist MGA’s clients in the construction industry and beyond. Read this short blog to find out more.
Employers might be forgiven for thinking they deserved a little respite from the continually shifting sands of employment regulation. This blog highlights the employment law changes which take effect in April, when the new tax year begins.
Many employers have turned their attention to unfurloughing their workforce and encouraging or requiring their employees to return to the workplace. This content highlights some of the factors to be considered from a legal standpoint.
Employers must check that job applicants have the legal right to work in the UK before they start their employment. This content sheds light on the recent changes impacting right to work checks and what employers need to know.