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By Laurent Lacas, Prachi Shah
En matière d'assurance basée sur la survenance des dommages (« occurrence-based »), la théorie du « continuous trigger » a toujours la cote, indique la Cour d'appel dans un jugement récent.
By Laure Bonnave
La Cour supérieure a récemment rendu une décision d'intérêt dans l'affaire Li c. Equifax inc., 2019 QCCS 4340 (« Li »), précisant
By Elisabeth Broadley
In the recent case of Paul v Wolverhampton Health Authority [2019] EWHC 2893, the defendant was successful in its application for strike out of two secondary victims claims.
By Tim Crockford, David Milner
The decision in this appeal by Daiwa focuses on whether the actions of a dominant personality owner-director should be attributed to the company
By Aysha Alawi-Azam
Fine arts insurers will have breathed a collective sigh of relief when a Californian jury, following 13-years of litigation regarding damage
By Clyde & Co LLP
The Claimants (both minors) sought damages for psychiatric injury caused after witnessing the death of their father.
By Kate Duffy
The Court of Appeal has upheld a first instance decision where a lump sum award for future earnings was made,
By Clyde & Co LLP
The Claimant, a litigant in person, suffered food poisoning after eating at the Defendant's premises, subsequently pursuing a claim for damages.
By Anthony Albertini, Andrew Primett
Do "true value arguments" trump the duty to pay the sum due? Is "Smash and Grab Adjudication" still open?
By Jonathan Shaw
In a victory for defendant insurers and practitioners, the Court of Appeal has provided clear guidance that Counsel's fees
By Wayne Jones, Salma Hajhusein
The language requirements for insurance policy documentation to be issued in (English or Arabic, or both)
By Chris Morrison
"When your vehicle has issues on a motorway, you look for the safety of the hard shoulder….Since the implementation of smart motorways,...
By Tim Crockford
In this video for LexisNexis, Partner Tim Crockford and Senior Associate David Milner in the Accountants Liability team consider what happens when a publicly traded entity
By Tenda Msinjili, Michaela Marandu
In this month's legal briefing, we set out the additional requirements imposed on payment system providers by the Bank of Tanzania (the BoT).
By Wayne Jones, Andre Abou Aad
The UAE has established a committee to investigate the potential merger of the Insurance Authority into the Securities and Commodities Authority, to form a single financial services regulator.
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