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(Re)Insurance Weekly Update 41 - 2018
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
UK
7 Dec 2018
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(Re)insurance Weekly Update 37 - 2018
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law
UK
13 Nov 2018
3
(Re)insurance Weekly Update 36 - 2018
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
UK
6 Nov 2018
4
OFSI: The New OFAC?
The Policing and Crime Bill, currently making its way through Parliament, includes provisions that will represent, once the Bill is enacted, a step change in the penalties that can be imposed...
UK
3 Jan 2017
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(Re)Insurance Weekly Update 42- 2016
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
UK
29 Nov 2016
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(Re)insurance Weekly Update 33- 2016
The defendant firm of solicitors had (in common with many firms) ceased trading as a partnership and transferred its practice to an LLP (after the cause of action against it had accrued) and the LLP subsequently moved address.
UK
27 Sep 2016
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Arbitrating Blockchain Disputes: Will Smart-Contracts Require Smart Dispute Resolution?
In our first article in the series, we considered the opportunities and challenges posed by blockchain's wider adoption. We now turn to the resolution of blockchain related disputes.
UK
15 Jul 2016
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(Re)insurance Weekly Update 24- 2016
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
UK
11 Jul 2016
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"Smart Contracts": Where Law Meets Technology
The commercial utility of smart contracts stems from the ability to automatically self-execute transactions in accordance with pre-coded instructions.
UK
29 Jun 2016
10
Sino Channel v Dana Shipping: Whether Arbitration Notice Had Been Validly Served
The defendant appointed an arbitrator and emailed a notice of the arbitration to an individual (Mr Cai), who was not an employee of the other party to the purported arbitration (the claimant in this action).
UK
7 Jun 2016
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Personal Touch v Simplysure: Whether Insurer Entitled To Terminate Appointed Representative Agreement/Exercise Of "Opinion"/When Renewal Commissions Earned
In ordinary (ie non-insurance) contract law, a breach of a condition allows the innocent party to terminate the contract.
UK
1 Jun 2016
12
The Enterprise Bill Received Royal Assent On 4th May 2016
The Act inserts provisions into the Insurance Act 2015 which will apply to contracts entered into on or after 4th May 2017.
UK
17 May 2016
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(Re)insurance Weekly Update 45 - 2015
In this case, the claimant sought to establish that a term should be implied into a lease.
UK
18 Dec 2015
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Insurance Act 2015 Set To Be Passed Shortly
We reported in July 2014 that the Insurance Bill had been presented to Parliament, with two of the most controversial aspects having been omitted.
UK
13 Feb 2015
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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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Insurance Contract Law Reform – Are We On The Home Straight?
Following the conclusion of HM Treasury’s consultation on the latest proposed bill, an amended bill has now been presented to Parliament.
UK
1 Aug 2014
18
The Proposed Bill On Insurance Law: What Does It Mean For Business Insurers?
The Law Commissions produced some draft clauses in January which they intend to include in a new Bill on insurance contract law later this year.
UK
7 Apr 2014
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Eurozone: Contract Considerations
It explores some of the specific considerations about how contracts may react in the event of one or more Eurozone countries switching from the Euro to a new currency.
UK
18 Dec 2012
20
Business Integrity And Global Compliance UK Bribery Act 2010
International businesses operate in an increasingly complex matrix of jurisdictions and compliance regimes. Managing all these requirements across the world can present many challenges.
UK
 
7 Mar 2011
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