Insurance and Reinsurance Newsletter: Italy — January 2014
DLA Piper Italy has published the January 2014 issue of the Insurance and Reinsurance Newsletter.
- IVASS — towards Solvency II
- IVASS — non-life long-term insurance contracts. Evidence of discount in the policy and withdrawal
- IVASS — change of rules for the professional proficiency of agents and brokers
- Claims made clauses: recent confirmation by the Supreme Court of Cassation
- Life insurance policies — right of withdrawal — EU Court of Justice
- The Supreme Court of Cassation on the difference between clauses that define the risk insured and those that limit the liability of the insurer
- Early decisions (contrasting) relating to medical liability following the ‘Balduzzi Decree’
- Non-pecuniary loss and scope of application of art. 139 of the Insurance Code — contrasting case law
- Public officials — ‘in-house’ companies — liability for loss caused to the public purse — a recent Supreme Court of Cassation decision
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