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Court of Appeal considers meaning of notification wording

The Court of Appeal has upheld a decision of the Commercial Court that found an insurer could not rely on a notification condition precedent to avoid liability under a public and product liability policy.  The judgment in Zurich Insurance PLC … Continue reading

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End-user of defective product prevented from bringing a claim when it has knowledge of the defects

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that where an end user has knowledge of the defects in a product, it is not able to bring a claim for any subsequent loss resulting from that defect. It held that an end … Continue reading

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Our new guide to product liability and product recall insurance in the UK

In this guide, published as a chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Product Liability 2016, we consider the types of liability to which producers and distributors of defective products may be exposed, and the scope of product liability … Continue reading

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Supreme Court To Revisit Fraud-on-the-Market Basis for Class Certification

On 5 March, 2014, the Supreme Court will hear argument in a suit that has the potential to alter significantly the landscape of class action litigation in the United States.  The case, an alleged class action based on securities fraud, … Continue reading

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