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GAN v Tai Ping
Three issues surrounding the construction of the
CCC were considered in the April 2001 appeal in this case,
following Longmore J.'s judgment...
Historically, there was a tendency in the
reinsurance market not to seek to rely on limitation defences.
Increasingly, however, reinsurance disputes...
The outcome of this appeal, which was heard by the
House of Lords in June, is keenly awaited as the appeal is expected
to give further guidance on what...
The film finance litigation has generated two
important decisions from the Court of Appeal (both by Lord Justice
Rix), which were given recently. A summary...
At midnight on 30th November (N2) the Lloyd's market will cease to
be self-regulated and for the first time the market, including
Managing and Members'...
HSC guidance on Directors' responsibilities for health and
This guidance document has recently been published
by the HSE, in a form somewhat...
Insurance is a method of spreading risks in
construction contracts. Once the elements of potential default have
been dealt with, the unforeseen nasty...
Employees will constantly be vulnerable to claims brought directly
against them for advice given on behalf of their employers, after
the House of Lords...
Economic Secretary Ruth Kelly has announced that
the Financial Services Authority (FSA) will become the statutory
regulator under the Financial Services...
(Cite as: 2001 WL 392524 (S.D.N.Y.))
The term "forum shopping" was first used in
America. Subsequently it was judicially defined in the English
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