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30 June, 2020

Brexit, Package Tours and RTA’s – an accident waiting to happen?

By David Stoker, Senior Underwriter (Estimated reading time: 3 minutes, 7 seconds) With the news agenda understandably dominated by other matters, Brexit nowadays rarely gets a mention. The process though has continued and we are now in the transitional period, having left the EU on the 31st January this year. In this article we look […]

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26 June, 2020

Mediating Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence claims

By Paul Balen Mediator Director, Trust Mediation Ltd (Estimated reading time: 3 minutes, 15 seconds) Recent developments in mediation have included the Court’s exhortations to mediate, the adoption of virtual mediations and successful use of video platforms (encouraging a constructive rather than adversarial approach). Since qualifying as a Mediator in 2004, it has been fascinating […]

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20 June, 2020

That Was Then, This Is Now: What Has Changed?

By Alex Stracey, Senior Underwriter (Estimated reading time: 1 minute, 49 seconds) Funding, fixed fees, delegation, mediation and costs delays were on delegate’s minds in a very busy two days at this conference. Below is an update on some of the issues discussed at the conference – The importance of funding – the strongest level […]

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12 June, 2020

10,000 Steps for Justice

On Monday 8th June, Temple Legal Protection participated in the 10,000 Steps for Justice in support of the London Legal Support Trust. This event saw members of our team either walk or jog 10,000 steps to raise funds to support vital frontline legal advice services provided at no cost to those in need. The loss […]

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12 May, 2020

Charity and the new reality

By David Pipkin, Underwriting Director (Estimated reading time: 1 minute, 49 seconds) The coronavirus situation is fast-moving and the effect upon our personal lives is significant. Businesses large and small are struggling to adapt. But please give a thought to the many charities who provide vital services and support to thousands of people. Temple plan […]

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12 May, 2020

In-house lawyers and ATE insurance – opportunity knocks?

By David Pipkin, Underwriting Director (Estimated reading time: 1 minute, 14 seconds) In their most recent in-house roundtable event, The Law Society Gazette reported delegates commenting on the increasing amount of litigation and the size of claim. One factor was said to be increased litigation funding with the funders wanting large value cases with high […]

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