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The Entry Into Force Of The Nairobi Convention On Wreck Removal: Is It A Big Deal?
The immediate impact of the Convention is likely to be limited but it nonetheless represents a step towards global uniformity in this currently inconsistent area of law and practice.
UK
13 Feb 2015
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Court Of Appeal Authoritatively Confirms Fraudulent Devices Rule
The Court of Appeal has ruled in underwriters’ favour as to the consequences of the use of a fraudulent device with the presentation of an insurance claim.
UK
21 Oct 2014
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Proper And Businesslike Settlements And The Thai Floods
Tesco had purchased property damage and business interruption cover with ACE in the form of a master policy with local policies issued in different jurisdictions around the world.
UK
24 Jul 2014
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The Revised Athens Convention: Strict Liability And Higher Limits Of Liability For Passenger Claims
The 1974 Athens Convention and its successor, the 2002 Protocol, regulate the liability of carriers and their insurers for passenger and luggage claims.
European Union
16 Apr 2014
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Insurance E-Brief - Summer 2013
The Court of Appeal has had occasion twice this year to consider the test required to discharge the burden of proof for civil liability.
UK
5 Aug 2013
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New Interpretation Of The Insurance Code
The PRC Supreme Court has recently issued the Second Judicial Interpretation of the PRC Insurance Code, which came into force on 8 June 2013.
UK
1 Aug 2013
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Improper Interference With A Witness?
Litigants and their legal representatives should tread carefully when seeking to balance the competing interests of free access to witnesses on the one hand and the legitimate concerns of confidentiality and privilege on the other.
UK
31 Jul 2013
8
International Litigation: Where Is Your Risk?
The trend in US litigation has previously appeared to show a reluctance to encourage jurisdiction shopping.
UK
31 Jul 2013
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No Second Bite Of The Cherry On Issues Of Fact
This case is a reminder that parties can only expect appellate courts to overturn findings of fact by the first instance judge in the rarest of circumstances.
Bermuda
31 Jul 2013
10
ILWs: Whose Finger Is On The Trigger?
ILW contracts are just one of the products that are changing the way the reinsurance market does business.
UK
31 Jul 2013
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The Battle For Jurisdiction
In a recent case, the DIFC Court of First Instance has for the first time considered jurisdictional issues in a reinsurance policy, asserting its jurisdiction in a dispute involving an international reinsurer's DIFC branch and a UAE based insurance company.
UK
31 Jul 2013
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New Cyber Crimes Legislation
The UAE has introduced new federal legislation directed towards combating increased cyber criminal activity experienced in the region.
UK
31 Jul 2013
13
Elementary My Dear Watson? Causation And The Burden Of Proof
The Court of Appeal has had occasion twice this year to consider the test required to discharge the burden of proof for civil liability.
UK
30 Jul 2013
14
The Inexorable Rise Of Inducement
If an assured fails to disclose material facts or makes a material misrepresentation when negotiating an insurance policy, the insurer may avoid that policy "ab initio".
UK
30 Jul 2013
15
Know Your Limits: The Accrual Of A Cause Of Action In Tort
In a recent case, the Court of Appeal had to determine when the claimant's cause of action against the defendant solicitor arose in order to ascertain when the six year limitation period for a negligence claim commenced.
UK
30 Jul 2013
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Insurance & Reinsurance - "Perils Of The Seas" And Fraudulent Devices
The recent decision of Mr Justice Popplewell in Versloot Dredging BV v. HDI Gerling and others [2013] EWHC 1666 in the Commercial Court is of considerable significance to marine insurers and non-marine insurers alike, since it involves a detailed examination and hostile critique of the development and application of the concept of "fraudulent devices" in the context of an insurance claim.
UK
11 Jul 2013
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Making Longevity Transactions Work Cross-Border
Increasing regulatory capital requirements have meant that the banks have lost some of their enthusiasm for longevity risk transactions, which contain long-dated obligations.
UK
18 Apr 2013
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What’s In A Name? The Effect Of A Basis Of The Contract Clause
Time and Tide owned the freehold to an office block in Bedford that had planning permission for redevelopment for residential use.
UK
25 Mar 2013
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Principle Or Politics? The Price Of Privileged Communications And Who Is A "Legal Advisor" For The Purpose Of Legal Advice Privilege?
In 2004, PricewaterhouseCoopers devised and marketed a tax avoidance scheme, which was adapted for the benefit of certain overseas companies in the Prudential group of companies.
UK
25 Mar 2013
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The Jackson Reforms – What Insurers Need To Know
The 'Jackson Reforms' introduce a number of changes to the English litigation costs regime which will affect the overall cost of cases, including for insurers.
UK
25 Mar 2013
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