Building a Safer Future
This webinar is held in association with the Chartered Insurance Institute.
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The fourth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower disaster occurs in a few months’ time. As part of its response the UK Government has published its Building Safety Bill, which when enacted will bring about fundamental changes to how the UK construction industry operates.
Partner Paul Lowe and Josephine Martin, Consultant will discuss the relevant issues for insurers, including:
• How did we get here? How has the insurance industry reacted to fire safety concerns to date?
• What do insurers need to know about the Bill? How will it affect you and how will change policy wordings?
• What types of scenarios might arise and what do you need to look out for?
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Paul is an experienced construction and insurance lawyer based in London and has experience of advising in numerous types of construction and engineering projects. read more
Jo is a legal consultant with extensive experience in the fields of construction, insurance and professional indemnity litigation, as well as general commercial disputes.