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Insurance law in 2017: a review of developments in case law

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Overview

This review considers some of the more important and interesting developments in insurance law, both case-law and legislation, in 2017.

Case law considered in the article include:

  • AIG Europe Ltd v Woodman and Others (SC) [2017] UKSC 18; [2017] Lloyd’s Rep IR 209
  • AXA Vericherung AG v Arab Insurance Group (BSC) (CA) [2017] EWCA Civ 96; [2017] Lloyd’s Rep IR 216
  • Gard Marine & Energy Ltd v China National Chartering Co Ltd (The Ocean Victory) [2017] UKSC 35; [2017] Lloyd’s Rep IR 291
  • Zurich Insurance plc v Maccaferri Ltd (CA) [2016] EWCA Civ 1302; [2017] Lloyd’s Rep IR 20 


About the authors

Alison Padfield QC, Barrister, 4 New Square

Alison specialises in commercial dispute resolution. She has particular expertise in insurance and reinsurance, professional negligence claims and professional disciplinary proceedings. Alison has substantial experience of insurance and reinsurance work for both underwriters and insureds across a wide range of types of business.

Miles Harris, Barrister, 4 New Square

Miles specialises in professional liability, insurance, property damage and commercial litigation. Miles acts in a wide range of cases within his areas of expertise, led and unled, from straightforward to complex high-value multi-party disputes, from the County Court to the High Court and the Court of Appeal. He has also been published and lectured widely, especially in matters related to the civil liability of lawyers and insurance. 

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