Our Professional Indemnity team bring a wealth of experience and expertise, specialising in all areas of professional indemnity. We are therefore able to offer a comprehensive training programme that will meet your needs.
Please see below some ideas about the types of seminars/training we can provide.
Accountants’ Professional Indemnity
Accountants’ Professional Indemnity – risks arising from tax avoidance schemes
Brokers Professional Indemnity
Brokers’ negligence update
Arbitration/Litigation and other dispute resolution methods
Construction professionals’ terms of appointment – clauses to avoid
Update – Design and Construction Claims
Directors and Officers
Corporate Manslaughter investigations – how to defend well and protect the insured’s brand whilst still controlling indemnity spend
Update – Healthcare Claims
IFA’s Professional Indemnity
Update – IFA’s Professional Negligence
Insurance Act 2015
Privilege – the new order is on its way
International Personal Injury
Brussels Regulation 1 (a) as recast reapplicable law
The case of Vnuk ruling and its effect in the UK.
The effect of Voralberg which relates to non-consumers
Update on Rome 2
Marine, Trade & Energy
An introduction to international arbitration
Contractual disputes in oil trading
The significance of force majeure clauses (and how to draft them)
Understanding Cargo Claims
Which contracts of insurance respond to acts of piracy
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) – Professional Indemnity and Product Liability Implications
Solicitors Professional Indemnity
Accountants liability for SAR reports
E Fraud and SME Businesses
Issues affecting solicitors’ liability including for personal injury and family law work.
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