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Clyde & Co
The claimant alleged that its broker had been negligent when placing business interruption ("BI") cover for it
DLA Piper Australia
This means that physical loss of use is not covered by the Earthquake Commission (EQC) or topped-up by private insurance.
Clayton Utz
Consider if you are exposed to the risk of a terrorist incident and assess whether any existing insurance policies apply.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The issue of reforming class actions for pharmaceutical claims is highlighted in this article on the Vioxx litigation.
Clyde & Co
To celebrate the countdown to Christmas, the Corporate Insurance team will be publishing a prediction for 2015 each day.
Clyde & Co
Earlier this year the State Council of the People's Republic of China promulgated its Several Opinions on Accelerating the Development of Modern Insurance Industry.
Mayer Brown JSM
In the recent case of Possehl Electronics Hong Kong Limited v. China Taiping Insurance (HK) Co. Ltd, the plaintiff appealed against the judgment of the Court of First Instance dated 19 December 2013.
Nishith Desai Associates
The amendments to the insurance laws in India to increase foreign investment limits to 49% from the existing 26% in the insurance sector has been subject to many a political debate.
Tuli & Co
Following shortly after the issuance of the Insurance Companies (Foreign Investment) Rules 2015 (Rules) on February 19 2015, ..
Tuli & Co
The Insurance Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2014 (Ordinance) which was promulgated on 26th December 2014 brought about a slew of reforms to the legal framework governing India's insurance sector.
Clyde & Co
The long awaited Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill (the "Bill") has become a provisional law in India.
Khaitan & Co
The amendments to the Insurance Act, 1938 (Insurance Act), including the increase of foreign investment ceiling in insurance companies from 26% to 49%, have come into effect from 26 December 2014.
Tuli & Co
Following our report last month of the Supreme Court decision in Genus Power, we now report a further welcome judgment on the sanctity of discharge vouchers/settlement agreements.
Tuli & Co
The long awaited increase in foreign holdings in an Indian insurance company from 26% to 49% is at long last law but, rather than becoming law through the usual legislative process, it has become law through an unusual and temporary device: an ordinance.
Clyde & Co
To celebrate the countdown to Christmas, the Corporate Insurance team will be publishing a prediction for 2015 each day.
Tuli & Co
The Supreme Court decision in NIA v. Genus is a welcome resistance point against the increasing trend for policyholders to negotiate a policy payment, execute a discharge voucher confirming the full and final settlement of the claim, and then allege coercion and duress in an attempt to sidestep the discharge voucher and secure a further policy payment by arbitration or litigation.
Tuli & Co
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has ruled that any delay in the notification of theft to the Police or the insurer in motor vehicle policies is fatal to the claim in its judgment of 4 December 2014.
Cavell Leitch
It is a general rule of thumb that whoever received the benefit of the repairs is responsible for the excess.
Duncan Cotterill
The decision considered if certain costs should be included in the calculation of an amount for the rebuild of a house.
Duncan Cotterill
This proceeding was a judicial review of the EQC decision and will have implications for a number of earthquake claims.
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Tuli & Co
The long awaited increase in foreign holdings in an Indian insurance company from 26% to 49% is at long last law but, rather than becoming law through the usual legislative process, it has become law through an unusual and temporary device: an ordinance.
Clayton Utz
Directors and officers who want the most comprehensive protection insurance should insist upon a deed of indemnity.
CBP Lawyers
Courts attribute various meanings to "professional services" in construction insurance policies depending on the context.
CBP Lawyers
All businesses should check that all their insurance policies provide adequate coverage for any cybersecurity risks.
Tuli & Co
The Insurance Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2014 (Ordinance) which was promulgated on 26th December 2014 brought about a slew of reforms to the legal framework governing India's insurance sector.
CBP Lawyers
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HopgoodGanim
The decision that a worker was entitled to workers compensation for injuries suffered during a rugby game was upheld.
CBP Lawyers
The Court confirmed the relevance of section 54 of the Insurance Contracts Act 1984 to an application to join an insurer.
DibbsBarker
A robust system in place, with evidence of adequate enforcement of that system, can be paramount to an effective defence.
Nishith Desai Associates
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