Tag Archives: corporate liability

Being thrown under the bus: Why directors should worry about deferred prosecution agreements

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A theme to which I frequently return is the potential for conflicts of interest between companies and their senior management. I do so — not to scaremonger — but to challenge the often held assumption that, provided they have not … Continue reading →

Settlement deliberations are not privileged

A judge talking to two lawyers in the hall of a marble building

You sit on the board of a company which is sued for £100 million. The company’s lawyers advise that the claim is a try-on and should be resisted. Three years later, after £2 million has been spent on defense costs … Continue reading →

Beware of the relentless spread of personal accountability across borders

Man sitting in the window seat of an airplane looking at a laptop

The acronym FSB probably conjures up for you the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, but it also stands for the less well known Financial Stability Board. This is a body established to coordinate at an international level, the … Continue reading →

Doors-off helicopter tours: Four things every operator should think about

Pilot standing in front of an open helicopter door while another man faces a woman who is climbing out of the helicopter

Do it for the ‘gram. That’s the world’s mantra these days: living for the Instagram photo instead of the experience itself. But now that pictures are seemingly worth a thousand likes, how far will people go to capture that double-tap-worthy … Continue reading →

The truth about workers’ compensation mega claims: Four key takeaways from our recent large loss study

Woman doctor wearing a lab coat and stethoscope holding a clip board while having a discussion with a man in a dress shirt

One of the most significant concerns for workers’ compensation insurance underwriters is a potential surge in claim costs stemming from the increased use of advanced medical technology. As treatments become more complex, more effective and more expensive, there is concern … Continue reading →