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Enviado: 15 January 2015
The “fraudulent devices” doctrine is alive and kicking; an insured who gave a false narrative about events forfeited an otherwise valid claim.
Le conseil d’Etat précise les conditions dans lesquelles le propriétaire d’un terrain peut être considéré comme détenteur des déchets et ainsi responsable de leur élimination.
Enviado: 15 December 2014
Simmons & Simmons partner Jason Bright discusses the implications of the changes to well-established principles of insurance law which are proposed by the Insurance Bill 2014.
Enviado: 01 December 2014
This seminar discussed issues arising from loan securitisations in the context of professional negligence claims against valuers.
Enviado: 26 November 2014
In AIB v Redler, the Supreme Court considered the principles of equitable compensation for breach of trust, concluding that a causal connection does form the basis of an award.
The Court of Appeal in Hunt v Optima: Reversing a dangerous precedent for professionals who issue certificates.
Jeremy Roberts examines the scope of a valuer’s duties in contract and in tort, as considered in Freemont (Denbigh) Limited v Knight Frank LLP  EWHC 3347.
Enviado: 11 November 2014
In Pollyanna’s October 2014 column she considers EIOPA’s 2015 work programme, the ECJ decision in Skandia America Corporation USA v Skatteverhet (Case-7/13), and regulatory scrutiny of senior management.
Enviado: 07 November 2014
Video recording and slides from a session in which Pollyanna Deane provided an update on the Insurance Mediation Directive (IMD2).
Enviado: 30 September 2014
In Credit & Mercantile v Nabarro  EWHC 2819 (Ch), a lender’s attempt to recover all of its losses flowing from a transaction was defeated by the application of the SAAMCo cap.
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