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  • CHaRT Exchange Update

    CHaRT Exchange Update

    October 21, 2016

    CHaRT Exchange Update – 3rd – 5th October, Baltimore, MD, USA. Definition of ‘CHaRT’….CoverHolders and Risk Takers Definition of ‘Exchange’…to give up something of value to obtain something of greater value   The whole ethos of the CHaRT Exchange was to bring together syndicates, coverholders and vendors to exchange views, ideas and war stories about … Read More

  • An Easy Out

    An Easy Out

    October 19, 2016

    The recent decision of Planetree Nominees Ltd And Mark Lorimer V Howard Kennedy LLP [2016], provided the defendant solicitors with an easy exit from litigation at the very outset. A partnership dissolved and its successor practice started trading as an LLP at a new address. The defendant had been engaging in pre action correspondence with … Read More

  • Silencing the Alarm Bells

    Silencing the Alarm Bells

    October 11, 2016

    Triton Solicitor Andrew Humphries examines some common risk management issues which professional services firms need to be aware of. Money, money, money Fees are a frequent source of complaints to professional services firms. Often, this is because the client was not aware how much the advice would actually cost.  Having a full and frank discussion … Read More

  • Medical Malpractice

    Medical Malpractice

    October 4, 2016

    Triton is an independent claims handling operation specialising in the management and administration of all classes of commercial lines claims, with particular emphasis on General & Public Liability, Professional Indemnity, Medical Malpractice, Management & Association Liability and Property Insurance. Triton are also technically skilled in other lines of business, with claims staff experienced in administering … Read More

  • A new alternative dispute resolution

    A new alternative dispute resolution

    October 4, 2016

    An adjudication pilot scheme for professional negligence claims was launched earlier this year.  It can be used in any claim against a (non-medical) professional and there is no upper limit on the value of claims that are suitable.  The new pilot scheme replaces a previous scheme that was limited to low-value claims against solicitors and … Read More