Griffiths & Armour has launched a Charity Governance Audit service to assess current standards of governance within individual charities.

The UK Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the FCA’s COVID-19 non-damage business interruption insurance test case. What does it mean for business?

Expectations of what good, hygienic conditions mean to the customer have changed, simply having surfaces that “look clean” may no longer be sufficient. Building hygiene expert Christian Harris tells us how businesses should be reviewing their cleaning regimes.

On 31st May 2021, the eagerly awaited Ministry of Justice (MOJ) Whiplash Reform Programme will be implemented.

If your business is planning the reopening of previously closed offices or facilities, it is imperative that management of water systems throughout your premises are risk assessed.

In advance of the end of the Brexit transition period, Griffiths & Armour took a number of actions to ensure the management our clients’ EU risk and insurance requirements was prepared for all eventualities.

How might a business take steps to protect their cashflow and navigate what will hopefully be a swift return to pre-Covid-19 levels of trade?

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has published its accident and work-related illness statistics in Great Britain for the year 2019-20.

Throughout December, the NSPCC has challenged the insurance sector to put a team together to raise money by collectively walking, running or cycling 2,784km between 1-14 December.

If the UK leaves the EU without an agreement in place, motorists will be required to carry a Green Card for international travel. We discuss how your business may be affected, whether your organisation has to pay to apply for a Green Card, and the immediate impact Brexit will have on travelling abroad.