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(Re)insurance Weekly Update 14- 2017
Leeds Beckett University v Travelers Insurance Company: The meaning of "accidental" in a property policy and the scope of various policy exclusions.
UK
5 May 2017
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Rizan V Hayes: Court Of Appeal Holds Trial Judge Should Not Have Held There Was A Fraudulent Claim Against Insurers
The trial judge dismissed the claimant's claim that his car had been damaged in an accident involving the van which was insured by the second defendant.
UK
8 Jun 2016
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Wigley-Foster v Wilson: Whether MIB Required To Compensate Injured Party Where Foreign Insurer Has Become Insolvent
The Fourth Motor Insurance Directive gives injured parties in a car accident a direct right of action against the insurer of the vehicle which is insured and normally based in another Member State.
UK
1 Jun 2016
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(Re)Insurance Weekly Update 4 - 2015
Court of Appeal confirms insurer’s right of subrogation depends on underlying contract between the parties.
UK
9 Feb 2015
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(Re)Insurance Weekly Update 3 - 2015
The vessel in this case was insured against war risks by a policy issued by the defendant insurers. The vessel was sailing from Ukraine to China, and made arrangements for a security team to embark at Aden.
UK
4 Feb 2015
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Weekly Update - A Summary Of Recent Developments In Insurance, Reinsurance And Litigation Law - 08/11
A vessel was purchased for scrap and was to be towed as a dead ship from the US Gulf to India.
UK
7 Mar 2011
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EU Sanctions Adopted as Iran Presses on with Bushehr
Iran has said that it has begun loading fuel into the core of the Bushehr nuclear plant. According to the press the EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Catherine Ashton, will enter into talks with Iran, on 5 December, over its nuclear programme.
European Union
25 Nov 2010
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EU Sanctions: Iran an Overview of the EU Council's Sanctions
On 25 October 2010, the European Council adopted a wide-ranging package of sanctions on Iran, with prohibitions affecting the energy, insurance, transport and financial sectors.
European Union
10 Nov 2010
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Weekly Update A Summary Of Recent Developments In Insurance, Reinsurance And Litigation Law - 40/10
The defendants sought to adduce evidence of exchanges between the parties made during without prejudice negotiations and before a settlement agreement was concluded, because those exchanges were said to be relevant to the proper interpretation of the settlement agreement.
UK
4 Nov 2010
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Iran Sanctions Bulletin - Overview of Recent Sanctions Developments
On 26th July 2010 Clyde & Co LLP published an article setting out the new Iran sanctions that had been adopted by the European Union Foreign Affairs Council.
Iran
1 Sep 2010
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EU Sanctions: Iran An Overview of Sanctions Adopted by the EU Foreign Affairs Council on 26 July 2010
On 27 July 2010, the EU imposed its toughest sanctions regime yet on Iran, with ramifications for energy, insurance, transport and financial sectors.
Iran
29 Jul 2010
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Weekly Update - A Summary Of Recent Developments In Insurance, Reinsurance And Litigation Law
The generally accepted test for remoteness of damages is whether the loss claimed is of the kind or type which it would have been within the reasonable contemplation of the parties, at the time that the contract was made, as being not unlikely to result (the "orthodox" approach).
UK
1 Apr 2010
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