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Guide To The Riot (Damages) Act 1886
The world watched in disbelief as a wave of lawlessness swept from Tottenham on 6 August 2011 throughout London and across the UK.
UK
26 Aug 2011
2
Macondo One Year On - Rules, Indemnities And Insurance
Reactions to last year’s Gulf of Mexico oil disaster continue to redefine regulatory, commercial, insurance and other arrangements in the shallow and deep water oil and gas industry, internationally.
UK
27 Jun 2011
3
Iran Sanctions: Arash Shipping v Groupama Transport (2011)
The Court of Appeal recently ruled on the effect of an Iranian sanctions clause entitling insurers to cancel an insurance, but declined to rule on the effect of EU sanctions legislation where the ruling was not necessary and the enforcement of that legislation fell under the jurisdiction of the criminal, rather than civil, courts.
UK
13 Jun 2011
4
The English And Scottish Law Commissions' Proposals For Reform
With the Law Commissions now some way through their review of domestic insurance contract law, we pause to reflect on the progress so far and the proposals and recommendations made to date.
UK
7 Jun 2011
5
Total Loss Claim Not Automatic In Piratical Seizure
The Court of Appeal has reiterated that it will always be a question of fact whether an actual total loss can be said to exist in any given case.
UK
16 May 2011
6
Credit Where Credit's Due
The Court of Appeal held that once the issuing bank has rejected the documents, it must act in accordance with its chosen option.
UK
16 May 2011
7
Too Late To Claim
Upholding an arbitration award, the English High Court held that it did not matter which of the two contractual trigger dates came first to start the time limitation period running.
UK
16 May 2011
8
Law Commissions Consider the Reform of Section 53 of the Marine Insurance Act
The Law Commissions of England/Wales and Scotland examine section 53 of the Marine Insurance Act 1906 ("MIA") which makes the broker directly responsible to the insurer for the payment of premium.
UK
24 Jan 2011
9
Court Assesses Tortious Liability Following Contractual Liability Ruling
The court examines the question of tortious liability for the purpose of a policy of liability insurance in "Omega Proteins Ltd v Aspen Insurance UK Ltd (2010)".
UK
24 Jan 2011
10
English Law Prevails in International Reinsurance Dispute
A case on the governing law and jurisdiction of a reinsurance policy which did not contain a choice of governing law clause.
UK
11 Jan 2011
11
Valuers – Round Two?
The UK is now out of recession and the new Government is promising stability and growth, but does that mean that surveyors and valuers and their professional indemnity insurers can breathe a sigh of relief?
UK
9 Dec 2010
12
Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010
The recently enacted Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010 (the "Act") will give greater powers to those seeking to make a recovery against an insolvent party's insurance policy.
UK
8 Dec 2010
13
Mesothelioma: Employers’ Liability Trigger Litigation
The judgment of the Court of Appeal in the combined appeals more commonly known as the Employers’ Liability Trigger Litigation was handed down today (8 October) by the Court of Appeal.
UK
12 Oct 2010
14
Brussels Regulation Prevails Over Carriage Convention
When a carriage convention and an EU Regulation both offer provisions on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, which of the two prevails over the other? In this case, the Advocate General swayed in favour of the Brussels Regulation.
UK
21 Sep 2010
15
Capture by Pirates is Not Enough to Make a Claim for Total Loss
In a significant judgment arising out of Gulf of Aden piracy, the Commercial Court rejected the proposition that capture by pirates automatically gives rise to a total loss of the insured property.
UK
16 Sep 2010
16
Lashings of Guidance for Vessel Owners
Deck cargo lost overboard leads owners and charterers to court to debate liability and to identify which rules apply to the matter.
UK
16 Sep 2010
17
US SDN Laws Put Insurers in a Bind
A review of the implications for the London marine insurance market of President Obama's Executive Order on the prohibition of ransom payments.
UK
16 Sep 2010
18
Tort Law Reform in the People's Republic of China
The Tort Liability Law ("the Law") of the People's Republic of China (PRC) 2009 takes effect on 1 July 2010. Those doing business in China will need to understand the potential for increased liability and the associated need to expand insurance coverage.
China
8 Jul 2010
19
The Lion City Roars
In this article, we look at the development and current state of the (re)insurance market in Singapore.
Singapore
21 Apr 2010
20
Stolen Diamonds and Toxic Sofas
Two recent decisions have provided further assistance on the application of claims control and claims co-operation clauses.
UK
21 Apr 2010
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