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Architects May Need Broker Guidance If New PI Policy Terms Are Imposed

16/02/21 General

The impacts of a hardening insurance market, along with a waning insurer appetite for the provision of professional indemnity insurance to the construction sector, are creating a situation that is forcing many architects’ practices to close their doors. Whilst some insurers have stopped offering any form of professional indemnity insurance to professions associated with the […]

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Long Covid Could Prove a Challenging HR Issue

05/02/21 General

As Britain has learned more about Covid-19 and its treatment and consequences, so to it has discovered the presence of the condition now described as Long Covid, sufferers of which continue to suffer health impacts several months after initial ‘recovery’ from the virus. This long-tail Covid is affecting young and old alike, creating issues such […]

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Insurance Implications of Brexit-inspired Stockpiling Should Cause Concern

03/02/21 General

An eleventh-hour Brexit trade deal did not come in time to prevent some British companies stockpiling all manner of goods, to safeguard against supply chain issues, tariffs and price rises.  But in some cases, unless limits have been increased, some companies will have insufficient insurance coverage to protect the greater amount of stock held.  This […]

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