The Building Safety Bill
In this interactive webinar, our panel of expert lawyers will share their insights on the Building Safety Bill.
In association with the Insurance Institute of London and their Young Members’ Committee we are delivering a series of webinars with unique insights dedicated to supporting career development and help to consider, digest and maximise the opportunities which are likely to arise in insurance in our rapidly changing world.
In this interactive webinar, our panel of expert lawyers will share their insights on the Building Safety Bill, including its impact on the construction industry and insurers, helping you to plan and prepare for this new legislation.
The team will provide some actionable insights as to the likely practical outcomes of the Building Safety Bill. The discussion will include consideration of the following:
- An introduction to the Building Safety Bill;
- Practical considerations for insurers and brokers;
- Funding options regarding unsafe cladding and the impact on Insurers;
- Regulatory fines and the availability of insurance;
- Examples of possible breaches;
- The role of an “Accountable Person”.
There will be some discussion concerning the EWS1 Form, its purpose, and practical difficulties concerning its application.
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Natalie possesses over eight years’ experience in both contentious and non-contentious construction matters across various sectors and disciplines. read more
James Walsh joined the Litigation team at Weightmans in January 2019 and became an Associate in the team in 2020, handling commercial dispute resolution and professional risk matters.
Lauren specialises in professional indemnity claims across a range of professional disciplines, but predominantly construction and is regularly instructed by insurers.