Expert views and insight across our specialist areas.
Delay in Start Up Insurance - protecting your investment in purpose-built student accommodation
Given the revenue generating nature of purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA), the sector continues to attract significant investment. How can financiers and project owners protect their investment and insure themselves against the loss of student rent caused by a delay in construction?
Best of Bonhams: Goodwood Festival of Speed
With start of this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed just one week away, we are pleased to bring you a fascinating article from our friends at Bonhams.
Solicitors’ PI – Reflection, Mitigation and Prediction
Several in the Insurance industry have gone to press with news of the hard market conditions and the verdict of a gloomy outcome for the profession. Sadly, the recent renewal season ending March 2022 was no different for many. Sam Pye, specialist in Solicitors’ PII, examines the causes and what you can do about it.
How to better protect yourself against construction supply chain professional indemnity risks
The increasing number of construction professional indemnity (PI) claims relating to supply chain issues are a key factor, alongside corrective actions from underwriters, behind the continual struggles for those operating in the sector to secure the insurance they need. Here, our construction PI specialists, Adam Power and Paddy Synnott discuss the issue and how insured’s can benefit for increasing their due diligence around supplier’s insurance.
High value home insurance - why using a broker makes a difference
Do you need a high value home insurance broker? Our Head of Private Clients, Katie Small explains why yes is the answer.
Q&A: Cyber, Law Firms and Avoiding Breaches
Following the recent £98,000 fine issued by The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) to a law firm who suffered a ransomware attack on its system, Oliver (Ollie) Carroll, solicitors’ PII specialist at Miller catches up with Alex Cappuccio in our Cyber team to discuss the case and lessons learnt.
Golf, Fragmentation, and Player Welfare
On Sunday 10 April, world number one golfer Scottie Scheffler cemented his place in the history of the sport as he became the latest icon to win the coveted Masters, arguably golf’s premier competition.