Insurance: Going for brokers
US corporates are sensing an increasing reluctance among their insurers to accept their contractual responsibilities. The result is that general counsel have an important role to play in renewing insurance and ensuring they have the best cover possible. Des Cahill reports on the latest Legal Week roundtable, and what UK general counsel can learn from their Stateside counterparts
General counsel will have to tool up if they are to get the insurance coverage they need in the UK and Europe. That was one of the key messages from US general counsel at the recent Legal Week roundtable on insurance litigation, held in association with Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham (K&LNG).
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