Osborne Clarke adds legal context to global insurance telematics study

A number of lawyers from Osborne Clarke’s international automotive team recently contributed their expert advice to the Usage-Based Insurance global study published by Ptolemus Consulting Group.

The study is a reference guide for all participants in the growing insurance telematics market. It is the most comprehensive research on the subject, covering all the critical issues insurers, telematics service providers, technology providers, car manufacturers and wireless operators need to know about. Osborne Clarke provided specific advice regarding the legal issues facing the industry.

Simon Spooner, who led the Osborne Clarke team added, “We have a track record of helping businesses in the insurance telematics arena to resolve the key issues affecting them. Our international automotive industry knowledge combined with our tech pedigree meant that we were well placed to input into the study.” To purchase the study, click here.

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