... sanctioning regime;
[c] understanding of professional liability and of professional civil indemnity insurance;
[d] understanding of the various legal forms which a legal practice may take;
... includes costs incurred as
well as taxes and other fees.
5. An advocate may state the amount of an insurance policy against civil liability.
1. An advocate is not permitted to propose services to...
... for loss, injury or damage
The Council may pass resolutions regarding collective insurance or a fund for
compensation for loss, injury or damage resulting from criminal acts or omissions by...
... to obtain a licence or authorisation that would otherwise be
required (e.g., for banking or insurance) just because it has been formed as an SUP. In some
Member States, such as Germany, companies are...
... of law rules of the future instrument.
Question 7: How do you evaluate the current rules on insurance? Do you think that the current
treatment of hypotheses (a) and (c) is satisfactory? How would you...
... of mediators (who are members of the Bar, receive specific training,
have professional indemnity insurance, etc.) together with mediation centres.
Lawyers are, due to their understanding of the legal order...
... respect the
CCBE notes that customs in the field of trade law, especially in the shipping, banking and insurance
industries – where reliance is often placed on the trade practises and customs provisions –...
requirements are equal to or even higher (i.e. : requirement of professional indemnity insurance) than
minimum requirements proposed by the Commission or included in the SEAP and EPACA codes of...