Insuring your board
In-house lawyers say the cost of insurance for directors and officers is no longer rising at the alarming levels of three years ago. Sophie Evans reports on the results of this month's Legal Director poll
Responsibility for insuring directors and officers is increasingly falling to heads of legal in small and medium-sized companies, according to the results of this month’s Legal Director poll. At the time of year that many companies are renewing and re-negotiating the terms of their insurance policies, Legal Week has carried out a poll of senior in-house lawyers that shows the costs of directors and officers’ (D&O) insurance levelling out, following pre-Higgs report concern about soaring premiums.
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