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    Harvey: “But for” – the unwanted legacy of Hurricane Katrina?

    04.09.2017 |Insurance

    As insurers continue to assess their Harvey exposures, the devastation still continues.

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    Qatar Q&A

    07.07.2017 |Aviation, Corporate, Commercial Disputes, Energy & Infrastructure, Finance, Insurance, Trade, Shipping

    We have collated the most commonly asked questions and answers below, as well as some points to bear in mind, to provide a handy reference point as first port of call in case any queries relating to the Qatar situation arise.

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    Qatar Diplomatic Crisis

    26.06.2017 |Sanctions, Trade, Shipping, Insurance, Energy & Infrastructure, Commercial Disputes, Corporate, Aviation, Finance, Sanctions

    Refer here for updates on subsequent legal implications.

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    Supreme Court explains meaning of “abnormal occurrence” in context of a safe port warranty and tackles co-insurance questions

    10.05.2017 |Shipping, Insurance

    In an important judgment handed down on 10 May 2017, the Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the Court of Appeal’s decision of 22 January 2015 that there was no breach of the safe port undertaking in this case.

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    Brexit Updates

    10.04.2017 |Corporate, Energy & Infrastructure, Finance, Insurance, Trade, Shipping

    On 29 March 2017, the UK Government formally triggered Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon. A letter was hand-delivered to European Council President, Donald Tusk, setting out Theresa May’s intentions for the UK’s exit.

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    Supreme Court considers the application of the SAAMCO Principle

    29.03.2017 |Insurance

    The House of Lords articulated the principle that a person under a duty to take reasonable care to provide information on which someone else will decide upon a course of action is, if negligent, not generally regarded as responsible for all the consequences of that action but only for the consequences of the information being wrong.

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    Aggregating claims under professional insurance policies

    22.03.2017 |Insurance

    AIG Europe Limited v Woodman is the first judicial consideration of the proper construction of the aggregation clause in the Minimum Terms and Conditions of Professional Indemnity Insurance for Solicitors and Registered European Lawyers in England and Wales (MTC).

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    Are you ready for the new Insurance Competition Regime?

    15.03.2017 |Insurance

    On 30 March 2017, the EU Insurance Block Exemption Regulation 267/2010 (IBER) will expire, removing the automatic exemption from EU antitrust rules for (a) joint compilations, tables and studies; and (b) insurance and co-insurance pools. Going forward, parties to such agreements will have to “self-assess” to ensure that their agreements comply with EU competition rules.

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