Insights and Publications
6 October 2017
Housing associations often suffer large numbers of legal claims, with many of those stemming from litigation from their tenants or the public. No matter what size your organisation is, managing the risks is an ongoing, often time-consuming task. Even if you think you have solid relationships with your tenants, many will resort to a claim if they feel that you have not met their expectations. In this bulletin Arthur J. Gallagher provides advice on how to reduce the likelihood of a liability claim against your housing association, as well as explaining what to do if a claim is made against you.Read more...
2 October 2017
This is the final part of our three part series in which we will discuss the management of product recall and contamination claims, with this latest installment concentrating on brand rehabilitation.Read more...
28 September 2017
Water damage is equally, if not more, destructive than fire damage. It can interrupt trading and require a costly clean up, resulting in a significant loss to your business. With winter drawing closer and the weather shifting towards rain and snow, now is the time to review your flood prevention and protection strategies.Read more...
26 September 2017
At the end of March this year, Gavin Barwell MP, Minister of State for Housing, Planning and Minister for London at the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) released a written statement to Parliament announcing the publication of the report into DCLG’s review of architect regulation and the Architects Registration Board (ARB).Read more...
26 September 2017
We are delighted to publish the latest edition of our Marine Hull & Machinery and War Risks Market Update.
With October renewals approaching, the main topic of discussion is whether the market is showing signs of slowing. The recent withdrawal of Generali from the London market and the potential scale down of their hull and machinery book may be an indication of the reducing profitability in the sector.Read more...