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Enviado: 13 June 2013
‘Spiked’ EL insurers held 100% liable for mesothelioma claims with no recourse against employer or other insurers for remainder of employment period.
Última revisión: 06 June 2013 / Enviado: 22 December 2012
The French Supreme Court has ruled that a clause binding one party, but not the other, to bring proceedings exclusively in one jurisdiction is unenforceable.
Enviado: 03 May 2013
This month Pollyanna considers a number of issues relating to Consumer Insurance and AIFM Directive.
Enviado: 16 April 2013
This article considers the four key types of insurance in UK construction and engineering projects.
Enviado: 27 March 2013
A firm of solicitors was negligent in failing to advise a client of the full risks involved in a transaction, despite time pressure.
Losses suffered by the reinsurers arising out of the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York were caused by two separate occurrences arising from separate events.
Court of Appeal finds that loss flowing from a breach of contract due to market fluctuation is foreseeable if such loss is “not unlikely to result” from the breach.
An interview hosted by The College of Law addressing the issues surrounding D&O insurance and possible alternatives to D&O Insurance products. An overview of the cover available, the requirements of the Companies Act 2006 and its limitations and the alternatives available to help shield directors and officers from personal liability.
Enviado: 11 March 2013
Enviado: 06 March 2013
Wright Hassall v Duncan Morris  EWCA Civ 1472. An administrator was held to be personally liable for a judgment debt in respect of fees incurred on behalf of the companies in administration.
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