Watch on Demand: Surveyors' Legal and Insurance Update
10 November 2021
Howden, in partnership with RPC, recently delivered a webinar to share important updates on some of the latest insurance and legal trends impacting Surveyors.
The webinar was recorded and the link to view is available below.
Law firm RPC begin the session by taking you through the latest updates on the Building Safety Bill and provide an overview of the new regulatory measures that surveyors need to be aware of.
Following a number of recent important updates on the use of EWS1 forms, RPC offer the latest guidance to help surveyors navigate their way through.
The challenges within the Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) market continues so Howden discuss where the market is currently and their view on the year ahead as well as offering guidance to surveyors approaching their PII Renewal.
Howden Insurance Brokers
Howden has a wealth of experience when it comes to guidance and placement of PII for surveyors. And in the event you need to make a claim, our in-house claims team is one of the most experienced and effective in the market.
Greg Harrison, Associate Director and expert in advising on and placing PII for property and construction professionals takes a look back on the 2021 PII market and provides his forecast for 2022 along with a guide for surveyors approaching their PII Renewal.
RPC is an International law firm with market-leading specialists providing business-critical advice across retail, insurance, technology and beyond.
Katharine Cusack, Partner with a wealth of experience in defending claims against construction and property professionals along with Alexander Anderson, Partner with years of expertise and who specialises in defending clients within the construction and surveyors sectors with years of experience fighting her client’s corner when claims arise, will outline the key legal issues currently affecting the surveying profession, specifically:
- Building Safety Bill update and new regulatory measures
- EWS1 Forms: Where are we now?