• Mental health claims contribute to personal injury inflation, says Kennedys

    31 October 2023

    The law firm identifies cost of care as another factor driving up personal injury costs

  • Increased climate litigation is a case of "when" not "if", warns Kennedys

    23 October 2023

    The law firm advised insurers to have oversight of climate risk when working with MGAs

  • UK's Consumer Duty could bring costly claims against insurers

    21 July 2023

    Kennedys says underwriters providing D&O cover should be as concerned as retail insurers

  • Chancery Lane Project develops gain-share incentive clause to reduce GHG emissions

    12 July 2023

    Law firm Kennedys explained the use cases for insurers of construction projects

  • Risks facing D&O insurers gathering pace, says Kennedys

    19 June 2023

    ESG, Spac and technology are among the sources of such perils

  • Kennedys and Chancery Lane Project develop contract template for climate-related liability insurance

    25 April 2023

    New clauses should help insurers offer clients broader liability cover

  • Insurers sentenced to more climate litigation exposure

    02 February 2023

    A surge in climate-related litigation is creating an increasing risk for PI and D&O insurers. Risk experts explain to Joshua Geer why exposure is growing and how insurers can mitigate it

  • The path to sustainable cyber insurance

    14 October 2022

    The cyber insurance market is growing rapidly, but demand exceeds current capacity and insurers may lose relevance unless they redefine the risk and improve their modelling. Joshua Geer reports

  • Lloyd's cyber exclusions bring hope for market growth, despite attribution challenges

    19 August 2022

    Attributing cyber-attacks to a specific actor requires detailed forensic evidence

  • Insurers reminded of climate change duty of care risk

    13 July 2022

    Law firm Kennedys highlights the key trends in the climate litigation space