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Supreme Court considers meaning of 'deliberate act' in public liability insurance policy

United Kingdom - April 28 2021 The Supreme Court has considered the meaning of the phrase ‘deliberate acts’ in an exclusion clause in a public liability insurance policy in the…

Harriet Munro, Rowena Williams.

Insurance intermediaries: Continuing duty to remit funds

United Kingdom - April 20 2021 The recent case of Equitas Ltd v Sande Investments Ltd considered what duties are owed by an entity, that may not be a full Lloyd's broker, but that…

Max Eshraghi, Robert Jones.

Industrial disease claims: limitation and claimant’s date of knowledge

United Kingdom - April 16 2021 The Limitation Act 1980 states that a claim must be made within three years of the date of knowledge and that date of knowledge is the date on which…

Carl Dray, Jeremy Fletcher, Paul Revill.

Aviation claims: Compensation payable for flight cancellation due to pilot’s illness under EU Regulation 261/2004

European Union, United Kingdom - April 15 2021 “The consumer’s right to compensation under the Regulation cannot depend on when and where the member of staff ate the suspect prawn sandwich” -…

Carl Dray, Catherine McAndrew, Liliane Fozard.

Package holiday operators may be liable for the criminal acts of hotel employees: X v Kuoni

European Union, United Kingdom - April 8 2021 The Court of Justice of the European Union has handed down its much-awaited judgment in X v Kuoni Travel Ltd C-578/19 on the circumstances in which…

Carl Dray, Catherine McAndrew, Diane Jerry.