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The warranties in your marine insurance policy may no longer matter
  • Piper Alderman
  • Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, United Kingdom
  • May 10 2012

Marine insurers often ask their insureds to warrant certain things are true before issuing a policy

Marine insurance law reform: England: 1, Australia: 0
  • Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
  • Australia, United Kingdom
  • October 26 2015

The Insurance Act 2015 (UK Act) was passed on 12 February 2015. The vast majority of the UK Act's provisions enter into force on 12 August 2016. The

The Insurance Act 2015 (UK) an overview and implications for the Australian insurance market
  • Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers
  • Australia, United Kingdom
  • June 18 2015

On 12 February 2015 the UK Insurance Act 2015 (the Act) received royal assent and will take effect on 12 August 2016. It is one product of the

Too much information - information exchange between competitors
  • Bell Gully
  • Australia, European Union, New Zealand, United Kingdom
  • March 12 2012

There are many situations in which competing firms might exchange information

The new UK insurance act - overview and implications for Australia
  • Lander & Rogers
  • Australia, United Kingdom
  • February 27 2015

The recently assented Insurance Act 2015 (UK) will modernise significant areas of UK insurance law, including disclosure requirements, basis of

General Counsel Update - June 2013 - A summary of major developments in key areas
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • USA, Australia, European Union, Singapore, United Kingdom
  • June 21 2013

The Companies Act 2006 (Strategic Report and Directors' Report) Regulations 2013 (Regulations) to amend the structure of UK annual reports have

Court cases and arbitration
  • Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
  • Australia, France, United Kingdom
  • January 14 2015

The recent NSW Supreme Court case of Poole v Chubb Insurance Company is illustrative of the difficulties faced by insurers in proving fraudulent

ATE insurance and implications for class actions in Australia
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • Australia, United Kingdom
  • September 30 2014

After The Event insurance (ATE insurance), also known as adverse cost order insurance, is a common feature of class actions in the United Kingdom. To

Blanket notification claims: implications of McManus and Others v European Risk Insurance Co 2013 EWHC 18
  • Gadens
  • Australia, United Kingdom
  • March 5 2013

The English High Court (the Court) recently held that blanket notification of circumstances which might give rise to a claim was sufficient

UK Supreme Court rules in favour of New Cap liquidators
  • Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
  • Australia, United Kingdom
  • November 1 2012

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has, in a judgment handed down on 24 October 2012, ruled that the liquidators of New Cap are entitled to enforce in England against a Lloyd’s Syndicate a judgment of the New South Wales Supreme Court ordering the Syndicate to repay US$5,980,600, plus interest, which the Syndicate had received from New Cap in January 1999