Telemedicine Law and Liability: 2015


Telemedicine has been growing exponentially in recent years and will continue to do so over the next decade. Telemedicine has the potential to improve care and reduce cost, goals fully consistent with the aims of health care reform. Indeed it … Continue reading →

Directors’ Liability Regime Changes – In Force Today!


Over a year ago I blogged about significant proposed changes to the Directors Disqualification Regime and to the rules relating to assignment of rights of action against directors of insolvent companies.  I wrote: It is perhaps unlikely in the current … Continue reading →

Kenya is Open for Business — Will Opportunities Outweigh Risks?

Kenyan business

President Obama’s recent trip to East Africa raised the profile of the region’s economic powerhouse. Kenya, the continent’s tech-hub, is now seen as Africa’s answer to Silicon Valley. Even so, the benefits from business growth and innovation have not reached … Continue reading →

Will the Worldwide Aging Population Wreak Havoc on Financial Institutions?

19% of the world’s population will be over 80 years old by 2050

I remember the time when the most important social policies concerned healthcare or education, but that is no longer the case. Retirement has now become the most pressing social concern for governments in recent years. The reason is simple: The … Continue reading →

Opinion: Turning the Tide on Insurance Commission

taking your cut (commission)

One of the longest-running debates in the residential rental sector has been around the commission charged by landlords and agents on insurance. Traditionally, in the UK many property owners have looked at insurance as an income stream rather than a … Continue reading →

Research: 6 Guiding Principles of Motivation to Change Behavior

carrot motivation

Best practices around sustained motivation tell us that we need to think holistically to help employees form new habits and control their lives. There is a ton of research in this area that can be distilled into a few guiding principles. Continue reading →

Workers’ Compensation: The Big Disconnect

cause drivers of loss

When it comes to Workers’ Compensation claims, the data is there and for the most part the risk managers have access to it. They know what types of claims are being filed and where worker injuries are occurring. That’s the … Continue reading →

Regulatory Risk in Private Equity: Broken Windows Everywhere

broken window

For many years, private equity funds in the US enjoyed flying under the regulatory radar. The arrival of the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010 put an end to this long-time luxury as it subjected previously exempt private equity fund managers to … Continue reading →