Tag Archives: FCA

Broad Insurance Policy Construction Puts False Claims Act Claim Within Coverage for Medical Incidents

Court have always construed the duty to defend more broadly than the duty to indemnify.  That broad construction becomes amplified when coupled with an equally broad construction of the phrase “arising out of” in an insurance policy.  Recently, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals found such a broad construction under North Carolina law, leading to … Continue Reading

The Outlook for UK Regulatory Disputes in 2018

In 2017, the UK’s financial services’ regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”), imposed fines totaling over £229 million for misconduct by regulated businesses and individuals. Looking back Whilst 2017 did not see a return to the number or size of fines imposed by the FCA in  2014/2015 (which saw billions of pounds of fines following interbank rate and FX related misconduct), … Continue Reading
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