Cooley partners David Kendall and Mark Deem are amongst the panellists at this week’s 2018 IRLA Congress in Brighton. David will be joining a ‘Regulatory issues panel’ with Jane Portas (PwC), James Bolton (Quest) and Jamie Stacey (RMSL) at 10.30 on Wednesday 16th. Later that day Mark Deem is joining […]
BILA publishes Financial Markets Law Committee working group report on the Establishment of an EEA Insurer in another Member State
A working group (chaired by Cooley partner, David Kendall) was established by the Financial Markets Law Committee (FMLC) to examine and report on the lack of clarity surrounding the distinction between a (re)insurer providing services in an EEA Member State and becoming established in that Member State (the “Issue”). In […]
On 11 October 2016 Cooley hosted a breakfast forum on the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee Solvency II Inquiry. We collated the views of those attending the forum and a few others who had not been able to make it and submitted a note of those views to the […]
The LMA, with the assistance of Cooley, has recently published a bulletin on the issues surrounding applicable law and jurisdiction post-Brexit. The bulletin, and Cooley’s briefing note on the subject, can be accessed here.
Routledge has published “A Practical Guide to the Insurance Act 2015,” co-authored by David Kendall and Harry Wright of 7KBW. The book serves as a thorough introduction to the act, which is the first comprehensive statutory reform of the insurance law of the United Kingdom since the Marine Insurance Act […]
London partner Becket McGrath has posted a Cooley alert on the recent decision of the Supreme Court in relation to the Brexit process, which can be read here.
Chris Finney and Mark Deem have published an alert on the recent High Court decision in relation to the triggering of Article 50, which can be read here.
As Brexit continues to dominate the news, Cooley has recently published a client alert on the impact of Brexit on the recognition and enforcement of judgments, which can be viewed here. Other Cooley articles on the possible ramifications of Brexit can be accessed here.
On 17 March, the European Commission published the preliminary findings of its review of the Insurance Block Exemption Regulation (“IBER”). The IBER provides a safe harbour from the EU law prohibition of anticompetitive agreements for specific types of insurance industry practice that fall within its scope.