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Our research identified five key risk themes that have implications and represent both challenges and opportunities for businesses, insurers, and wider society. This will assist in moving the conversation forward as we look beyond COVID-19, highlighting the important need to reshape the dynamic relationship between companies, households, and insurers.
Today’s directors and officers have significant responsibilities not only in preserving company value and ensuring success in the future but also in responding diligently to political and environmental tensions, emerging technologies, changing regulation, and the need to promote diversity. The D&O landscape will continue to be challenging as we move into 2021.
We consider the latest significant court decisions impacting claims arising from professional liability and financial lines policies and products.
COVID-19: potential claims against construction professionals and its impact on ongoing and future disputes
The government has confirmed that construction sites across the UK should continue to operate. However, firms across the supply chain are being faced with difficult decisions about whether to temporarily close sites and, where sites remain open, the restrictions that need to be put into place.
The energy-from-waste (EfW) sector is a fast growing industry in the UK but still lags behind continental Europe.
In celebration of National Apprenticeship Week, we caught up with some of our apprentices, past and present, so that they can share their stories and experiences of their apprenticeship journeys at Kennedys.
We are delighted to announce that we have strengthened our domestic network by establishing a base in Bristol, which becomes our eleventh office in the UK and 38th globally.
As a proud global partner of this year’s Dive In Festival, and in support of the annual theme of #InclusionImpact, we spoke to a number of our people around the network to find out about their individual career journeys. In the first instalment of our career stories we spoke to Kelsey Evans, a paralegal based in our Dubai office.
We are pleased to announce that we have enhanced our professional liability capabilities with the appointment of four partners and two associates across three of our UK offices.
Last year, the ground-breaking nuisance case, Network Rail v Williams & Waistell, established there did not need to be physical damage to bring a claim for encroachment of Japanese knotweed, leading to an increase in the number of Japanese knotweed claims against landowners and their insurers.