Kieran Humphrey

King & Wood Mallesons

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Hong Kong and English case notes

Hong Kong, United Kingdom - May 20 2014 Under r 4 of the Insurance Conduct of Business Rules (then in force), an insurance intermediary is required to take reasonable steps to discover its…

Too big to fail: Hong Kong’s proposed resolution regime for financial institutions

Hong Kong - May 20 2014 The Paper announces proposals for establishing an effective resolution regime for FIs in Hong Kong. The proposals put forward to date are preliminary…

Denis Brock, Liz Ng

Joining a competitor? The potential consequences of insurance brokers soliciting their former clients

Canada - July 10 2013 The recent Canadian case of Gentech Insurance Ltd v Martina (2012) ONCA 605 highlights the importance of using restrictive covenants in employee…

Candy Au

Coverage for insured property works - who pays when the insurer’s contractor goes bust?

United Kingdom - July 10 2013 Insurers and insureds do not bear the risk of a contractor becoming insolvent when undertaking insured repair work. The insurer's only obligation is…

Kevin Ng

The blanket approach - green light given to catch-all insurance notifications

United Kingdom - February 21 2013 The English High Court's decision in McManus & Ors v European Risk Insurance Co indicates that the blanket notification of claims (or of…

Denis Brock