Mondaq Asia Pacific: Insurance
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The decision confirms the ongoing relevance of section 54 as a weapon in resisting an insurer's rejection of a claim.
Cooper Grace Ward
This decision overrules the decision of Johnson, which narrowed the scope of section 54 of the Insurance Contracts Act.
Clayton Utz
A recent decision is a victory for commerciality and policyholders alike.
HopgoodGanim
The claim for damages against the boat cruise operator and the employer by a worker on a Christmas cruise was dismissed.
HopgoodGanim
The claim failed because reasonable precautions had been taken against the risk of someone slipping on the pavement.
Mayer Brown JSM
The State Council of the People’s Republic of China has issued Several Opinions on Accelerating the Development of the Modern Insurance Industry.
GuernseyFinance
Chinese corporates are getting increasingly comfortable with the captive concept, but it will be a long road.
GuernseyFinance
Domiciles and captive managers are wise to explore the business potential emerging from frontier markets such as Asia and Latin America, says Guernsey Finance’s Fiona Le Poidevin.
Mayer Brown JSM
The Third Party (Rights Against Insurers) Ordinance Cap 273 (TPRAI) in Hong Kong allows third parties to claim against the wrongdoer’s liability insurer in the event of insolvency.
Tuli & Co
In May 2014, the Allahabad High Court issued perhaps the sternest order ever issued against any Insurer.
Tuli & Co
In his Budget Speech of 10th July 2014, the Finance Minister, Mr Arun Jaitley, made the following statement in relation to FDI in the insurance sector ..
Tuli & Co
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has recently issued draft rules for the acceptance of deposits by companies.
Tuli & Co
In 2011 the size of the clinical trials business in India was estimated to have grown to c. $1.6 billion.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The NZ Supreme Court has considered an insurer's liability for multiple events occurring in the same policy period.
Duncan Cotterill
The decision will not have general application to all earthquake claims, as it is specific to the wording of this policy.
Cavell Leitch
The Christchurch earthquakes caused widespread rockfalls in the Port Hills.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The concerns we raised in our previous article have been confirmed in the Court of Appeal's decision.
Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
We previously discussed on this page the New Zealand High Court decision in Wild South Holdings & Maxims Fashion Limited v QBE.
Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
You should read this if you are handling an insurance or reinsurance claim arising from the New Zealand earthquakes.
Hesketh Henry
The update summarises 2013-14 insurance decisions, and litigation from the Canterbury earthquakes continues to dominate.
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Cooper Grace Ward
This recent case reinforces that clear and consistent underwriting guidelines are essential for all insurance agencies.
PSA Legal Counsellors
India’s insurance market is growing enormously but is yet to reach the majority of population. Privatisation is a good mechanism to increase this reach.
HopgoodGanim
The claim failed because reasonable precautions had been taken against the risk of someone slipping on the pavement.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This recent case highlights the difficulties insurers face in obtaining redress for seemingly blatant non-disclosure.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
It is timely to review established authorities on common interest privilege and to view the Asahi case in that context.
DLA Piper Australia
Opt-in and fee disclosure is a two yearly opt-in arrangement and annual fee disclosure for clients paying ongoing fees.
DLA Piper Australia
This article examines common coverage issues and considerations for granting indemnity for criminal fines and penalties.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This recent judgment helpfully illustrates the operation of a priority application in relation to reinsurance proceeds.
HopgoodGanim
The claim for damages against the boat cruise operator and the employer by a worker on a Christmas cruise was dismissed.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The article looks at the key changes to the Privacy Act and how the changes are likely to impact the insurance industry.
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