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22 June 2021

Malleable memory and the reliability of witness evidence in a digital age

For some years, judges have treated witness evidence as less reliable than contemporaneous documents. But is this an issue solely with witness evidence or do those assessing it play a part?

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15 June 2021

Covid proved the value of the financial markets test case scheme

It is not surprising that insurers did not anticipate Covid or the extent that it may be caught by their policies. Fortunately, we had just the mechanism to assist with this: the financial markets test case scheme.

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10 June 2021

The growing risk of ESG litigation

The rapid rise of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, and the intense focus of legislators, regulators and investors on sustainability, has led many businesses to look closely at their ESG credentials.

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2 June 2021

How the BI test case is changing policy wording and insurance lawyers

We have seen many instances where insurers have sought to involve external lawyers earlier within the claims process than normal. Lawyers are being treated almost as part of the insurers’ claims team.

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13 May 2021

Holistic rehabilitation for major trauma survivors – how lawyers can help

Major trauma victims need access to holistic rehabilitation. As the NHS will be under extreme pressure for some time, lawyers must use all the tools available to them to help their clients.

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