Produced by FOIL, this newsletter covers the latest developments relevant to the insurance lawyer community. Topics covered: news from FOIL Sector Focus Teams; serious injury guide steering group; whiplash reforms update; higher value cases being wrongly started in the RTA portal.
FOIL's Digest provides an overview of the latest legal issues impacting the insurance industry. Topics covered include: digital fraud & scams during the Covid-19 pandemic; credit hire SFT; regulatory law SFT; serious injury guide steering group; coronavirus consultation update.
In light of Covid-19, this FOIL Update provides: further guidance from the courts on video conferencing; Court of Appeal guidance; information for the Interim Applications Court.
The Department for Transport has published its anticipated ‘Future for Transport Regulatory Review - Call for Evidence’. The aim is to “start a national conversation about how government and other regulators respond to a new wave of change in transport”. Download this FOIL Update to find out more.
APIL and FOIL have set up a working party to discuss various aspects of our members’ work, which have been affected during the coronavirus outbreak. We have agreed a set of best practices that we recommend members consider and adopt where possible. Download this short guide to find out more.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, FOIL joined together with APIL, MASS and SCIL to call upon the Lord Chief Justice to put in place specific measures to allow more flexibility in the court process. Download this two page update to find out more.
Produced by FOIL, this newsletter covers the latest developments relevant to the insurance lawyer community. Topics covered: intelligence and the claims handler; Part 20 Court Fees; Northern Ireland update; case law developments; the continuing importance of risk assessments.
FOIL's Digest provides an overview of the latest legal issues impacting the insurance industry. Topics covered: Brexit; Civil Liability Bill affecting whiplash claims; GDPR; driverless cars; motor case-law round-up.
If Vnuk becomes law, the categories of vehicles required to be insured will increase significantly to include, for example, children’s motorised ride-on toys and golf buggies. This article sheds light on the latest developments and the UK Government’s position.
With cyber advances and skills gaps among the challenges soon facing the claims market, how can the sector future proof itself? Post, in association with the Forum of Insurance Lawyers, hosted an industry roundtable to find out. This article provides a summary of the discussion.