Last year the government introduced the Insurance Bill to Parliament, with the aim of supporting the growth of Britain’s insurance industry and helping customers by updating the 100 year-old rules governing contracts between businesses and insurers.
The Bill introduces a more modern legal regime, which will benefit both insurers and their business customers by increasing transparency and certainty over the rules that govern contracts between them and hopefully reduce the number of legal disputes
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About the Author
Alistair Kinley is BLM’s Director of Policy & Government Affairs.
Alistair is responsible for BLM’s engagement with government departments and regulators on policy and public affairs issues and consultations affecting the firm and its customers. He coordinated BLM’s market-facing activities in connection with the Insurance Act 2015 and the consultations which preceded its publication and introduction in Parliament.
He is a member of the Civil Justice Council (CJC), a regular speaker and experienced commentator on legal and procedural reforms and was a contributing editor to the Law Society’s Litigation Funding Handbook (September 2014).