Month: November 2019

D&O Coverage for Cyber and Privacy Related Exposure

It goes without saying that cybersecurity is a top D&O liability concern for organizations today. According to Willis Towers Watson’s 2018 Management Liability (Directors and Officers) U.S. Survey, respondents cited cyber risks as the most concerning D&O risk for 2019. This is not at all surprising given the many recent […]

Supreme Court rules on non-party costs order against insurer

In Travelers Insurance Co Ltd v XYZ [2019] UKSC 48, the Supreme Court considered the application of the discretion under s 51 of the Senior Courts Act 1981 to make a non-party costs order against a liability insurer, where that insurer, here Travelers Insurance Co Ltd (Travelers), was both funding […]