Introduction The right to an individual’s data protection is fundamental, being enshrined in article 8 of the Charter of Fundamental Human Rights as well as article 16 of the European Union Treaty. Therefore, all subjects who collect, manage, store, transfer or treat personal data, regardless of whether they are sensitive or not, must adopt a

Insurance Litigation in Italy

Preliminary and jurisdictional considerations in insurance litigation In what fora are insurance disputes litigated? As Italy is part of the EU, jurisdiction in matters relating to insurance is determined in accordance with the provisions of section 3 (articles 10 to 16) of Council Regulation (EC) No. 1215/2012 of 12 December 2012 on jurisdiction and the
‘Loss of chance’ claims continue to attract interest from the Courts. In our latest article Mark Aizlewood considers the Supreme Court decision in Perry v Raleys. The Supreme Court goes back to basics to redress the public policy Court of Appeal decision on loss of chance claims Introduction The Supreme Court has, in its first opportunity to
In tumultuous times for the UK, we are delighted to welcome a distinguished panel to consider London’s future as a global market leader in (re)insurance, financial services and resolving disputes: Dominic Grieve QC MPMP for Beaconsfield, Privy Counsellor, President of the Franco-British Society and former Attorney General, Dominic is now at the forefront of the