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Insurance Litigation

Insurance Litigation provides expert advice and insight into crucial contentious insurance issues in major jurisdictions around the world. Topics covered include: jurisdiction-specific guidance on litigious mechanisms, remedies and damages, dispute resolution and arbitration for insurance companies and policyholders, the interpretation and ambiguities of insurance contracts, liability policies and coverage, notice mechanisms and obligations, defence duties, and litigious issues surrounding first-party property and D&O insurance.

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