Further to our last update regarding the Civil Litigation (Expenses and Group Proceedings) (Scotland) Bill, the Bill has now been passed by Parliament following a unanimous vote. Once the Bill receives Royal Assent it will become an Act of the Scottish Parliament. This is expected to follow in the coming weeks.
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For many people, setting up their own business is something that they have dreamed of for years. However, there are many considerations to be taken into account when doing so and something that can often be overlooked is what insurance cover is required.
What action do the courts take in relation to claims where the Defender believes throughout that the Pursuer is grossly injury & related losses? This update looks at one case where the courts wrestled with this issue.
What duty of care do landlords have to anyone who enters onto a property that is owned or controlled by you, and not just employees? The question is very pertinent as we currently are seeing many such claims against businesses, events, local authorities and home owners alike.
A time of major change in the UK Insurance industry – Part 1: After Vnuk, is it time to insure that golf cart?
The UK Insurance industry is facing a number of significant changes. In the first in a series of articles on these changes, we look at a recent decision from the EU which will have huge ramifications for insurance policies, bringing a whole range of motor vehicles within the realm of those that must be insured – and victims of more types of accident able to claim compensation.