Insurance Law: A Practical Introduction
10 June 2014
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London Venue to be Confirmed
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This course enables practitioners to delve deeper into key areas of insurance law to improve their practice including: 1. Key concepts in insurance, such as good faith and indemnity 2. Formation of the standard insurance contract, considering proposal forms and policies 3. Formation of the insurance contract in the London insurance and reinsurance market, considering traditional documentation and documentation following market reform 4. How Lloyd’s work 5. Construing insurance policies 6. Effect of important insurance terms, such as warranties and conditions 7. Insurers’ entitlement to avoid insurance for material non-disclosure and misrepresentation 8. Resolution of disputes through the Financial Ombudsman Service, the Courts or alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation This course will include a practical case study which will deal with problems which frequently arise in insurance disputes.