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Alistair Schaff QC of 7KBW has appeared for financial services firm In Focus Asset Management in Clark v In Focus Asset Management.
Members of 7KBW have featured on both sides of the dispute in Glencore Energy UK Ltd v Cirrus Oil Services Ltd  EWHC 87 (Comm).
Gavin Kealey QC and Tim Jenns acted for the claimant, BAT Industries, in a substantial jurisdiction application.
Astrazeneca Insurance v XL Bermuda and Ace Bermuda was the first case in which the English courts had been asked to consider the proper interpretation of a ‘Bermuda Form’ policy.
The dispute arose under a memorandum agreement for the sale of a vessel on Norwegian Saleform 1993 terms.
The court determined a number of issues about the nature and effect of a policy of professional liability insurance.
Charles Priday of 7KBW acted for the successful appellants in BAT v Exel Europe and others  EWCA Civ 1319.
In May 2006, the Alexandros T sank off the shore of South Africa; her owners commenced proceedings in the Commercial Court against the vessel’s insurers for an indemnity.
Christopher Butcher QC and Benjamin Parker were counsel for Equitas in Equitas Ltd v Walsham Brothers & Co Ltd  EWHC 3264 (Comm).
7KBW has announced the publication of the Principles of the Law of Agency by Prof Howard Bennett, published by Hart Publishing.
The Commercial Court dismissed an application by PhoenixTide to stay or dismiss proceedings brought by Tidewater in London and served on PhoenixTide in Nigeria...
7KBW’s David Edwards QC has received the Insurance Silk of the Year award while the law firm won Insurance Set of the Year.
The Commercial Court has given judgment in Excalibur Ventures LLC v Texas Keystone & Ors, which concerns interests in four large oilfields in Iraqi Kurdistan.
At a trial of the action, Mr Justice Field held that there had been a breach of the typhoon warranty.
This judgment considers the law on the Sale of Goods Act implied terms of right to sell and quiet possession and the law on force majeure.
In 2009, the vessel NANCY was totally lost by fire at Nakhodka. The owner of the vessel claimed an indemnity under a marine insurance policy from their hull insurer for the constructive total loss of the vessel.
In an appeal from Teal Assurance v WE Berkeley Insurance, the Supreme Court has the opportunity to consider and perhaps jettison the hold harmless fiction.