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The Impact Of Changes In UAE Insurance Regulation On Energy Claims
To date, changes in insurance regulation in the UAE have had little significant direct impact on claims and claim adjustment.
UK
22 May 2019
2
China To Intensify Efforts To Open Its Insurance Sector To Greater Foreign Participation
On 1st May 2019, the official website of the China Banking & Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) published a news item setting out China's intent to open its banking and insurance
China
22 May 2019
3
Young v Royal And Sun Alliance Plc: Disclosure Under The Insurance Act 2015
Scottish court finds insurer had not waived disclosure under the Insurance Act 2015
UK
16 May 2019
4
Cutting Short Your Stay: Impact Of Cameron Decision Seen
The decision of the Supreme Court in Cameron was positively received by insurers, as it confirmed that claimants cannot bring proceedings against an unnamed driver.
UK
16 May 2019
5
CBIRC To Strengthen Consumer Complaint Handling In Banking & Insurance Sectors
On 5th may 2019, the China Banking & Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) published a discussion paper seeking comment on proposed draft regulations ‘Regulations Concerning Strengthening of Consumer Complaint Handling...
China
15 May 2019
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The Changing Face Of Environmental Regulation: A Challenge For Multi-National Business
Environmental regulation is changing at an exponential rate. Around the world there has been a significant strengthening of regulation, consisting not only of tighter new rules
UK
15 May 2019
7
Terrorism Insured – A German View
After September 11th 2001, German insurers excluded terrorism risks from the standard insurance coverage in particular under property insurances as well as under business interruption insurances.
UK
14 May 2019
8
Pool Re And Terrorism Risks In The UK
There have been a number of high-profile terrorist attacks around Europe in recent years and the UK has been the victim of several of these events, which have included the Manchester, London Bridge and Westminster attacks.
UK
14 May 2019
9
What To Think About When The Unthinkable Happens
The purpose of airports, airplanes and hotels is to provide transportation and accommodations.
United States
14 May 2019
10
Costs: Failure To Pay Trial Fee Contributes To Disapplication Of QOCS
Bruce and Bruce-Daly v Thomas Cook Tour Operations
UK
10 May 2019
11
The Genetic Non-Discrimination Act: Still In Force, But Uncertainty Remains
For the time being the status quo prevails and uncertainty remains, while we wait for the Supreme Court of Canada to decide the issue.
UK
9 May 2019
12
Insurance Post's Motor Insurance Research 2019
The Insurance Post's Motor Insurance Research for 2019 was recently released
UK
9 May 2019
13
Discretion To Extend Limitation Considered On Appeal
This case concerned an appeal of the first instance decision which extended limitation under s.33 of the Limitation Act, allowing the Claimant's claim to proceed out of time.
UK
7 May 2019
14
PRC – Are Repeat Arbitration Proceedings Possible?
Can there be a second bite of the arbitral cherry? PRC Court gives guidance on repeat arbitration proceedings. Mr Xu Jinglin v Beijing Kingstar Fortune Co. Ltd
China
7 May 2019
15
Court Of Appeal Rules Reinsureds Cannot "Spike" Mesothelioma Reinsurance Claims
The Court of Appeal has found that the practice of "spiking" (whereby insurers were entitled to present their reinsurance claims to any policy year of their choice)
UK
3 May 2019
16
Goldscheider Appeal: Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Court
The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment on an important appeal which is both positive and negative for entertainment venues and their insurers.
UK
3 May 2019
17
Mass Tort Claims And Jurisdiction: Supreme Court Rules On Vedanta
The Supreme Court has found that the English courts are free to exercise jurisdiction over claims against parent companies for damage caused by their subsidiaries abroad.
UK
30 Apr 2019
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Settlement Agreements Do Not Trigger Obligations Under The National Credit Act
In the recent decision of Ratlou v MAN Financial Services SA (Pty) Ltd [2019] ZASCA 49, the Supreme Court of Appeal ("SCA") had to adopt a purposive approach to the interpretation of the term
South Africa
29 Apr 2019
19
FSCA Releases Proposals On The Future Regulatory Framework For Collection Of Insurance Premiums
FSCA releases proposals on the future regulatory framework for collection of insurance premiums
South Africa
29 Apr 2019
20
Colley v Shuker: Considering Service At Last Known Address
Judge refuses to set aside declaration in favour of motor insurer/decides service at last known address issue
European Union
22 Apr 2019
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