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Double trouble for D&O insurers as the UK regulators extend the limitation period applicable to disciplinary investigations download
Recent legislative changes in the UK are likely to raise concerns for D&O insurers and their insureds.
Mr Justice Field, sitting in the Commercial Court, has had to consider the meaning of the phrase ‘proper and business-like’.
Ince & Co discusses five pitfalls where a lack of awareness and appropriate precaution can lead to significant damage to the company.
In 2013, ILS products became more popular and, importantly, products which traditional P&C reinsurers started to actively engage with and underwrite.
Court construes in-transit loss clause in voyage charterparty — Trafigura Beheer BV v Navigazione Montanari Spa (Valle di Cordoba) download
The Commercial Court has recently considered the meaning of the expression ‘in-transit loss’ in a voyage charterparty.
In this update, Ince & Co sets out the latest developments regarding the EU sanctions against Iran.
Insurers may find themselves effectively fixed with constructive knowledge of certain information available online and hence unable to rely on policy conditions to decline cover.
Starting an airline requires entrepreneurs with drive, motivation and vision to turn the idea into a viable reality.
New interpretation of insurance code download
The PRC Supreme Court has recently issued the Second Judicial Interpretation of the PRC Insurance Code, which came into force on 8 June 2013.
The decision in Versloot Dredging BV v. HDI Gerling and others (The DC Merwestone) is of considerable significance to marine insurers and non-marine insurers alike.
Ince & Co has released its insurance e-brief for March 2013.
Liability insurers need to be aware of the US Supreme Court’s decision in The Catholic Child Welfare Society and others v Various Claimants and the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools  UKSC 56, which represents a further development in the law of vicarious liability.
The objective of this e-brief is to provide short and focused summaries of legal developments of interest to insurance professionals in the UK and elsewhere.