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Damages for late payment of claims – back on the agenda

United Kingdom - October 9 2015 The provision in the Insurance Bill (now the Insurance Act 2015) which provided insureds with a remedy for damages in the event of late payment of…

Co-authors: David Reston, Alexander Oddy, Sarah Irons.

Court of Appeal considers meaning of a product under a contractors' Combined Liability Policy

United Kingdom - April 1 2015 In Aspen Insurance UK Limited v Adana Construction Limited [2015] EWCA Civ 176, the Court of Appeal considered the meaning of a "Product" under the…

Co-authors: Hattie Middleditch, Anthony Dempster.

Insurance Act receives royal assent

United Kingdom - February 12 2015 The Insurance Act has today received royal assent, paving the way for the most significant change to English insurance contract law in over 100 years…

Co-authors: David Reston.

Insurance Bill considered by Parliament

United Kingdom - August 14 2014 After eight years of consultation, the English and Scottish Law Commissions have now submitted the Insurance Bill for parliamentary review. The Bill…

Co-authors: David Reston, Christopher Foster, Alexander Oddy, Tony Dempster.

Court of Appeal holds that a deed of adherence could not be construed so as to give new scheme members a lower scale of benefits

United Kingdom - April 24 2014 In Honda Motor Europe Limited and another v Powell and another [2014] EWCA Civ 437, the Court of Appeal has held that construction was not the…

Co-authors: Alison Brown, Daniel Schaffer, Naveed Soomro, Roderick Morton, Samantha Brown.

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