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03.06.2013
Bermuda: Captive domicile of choice for Latin America

Latin America has become an emerging market for Bermuda’s world-leading captive insurance industry.

Appleby
03.06.2013
Property Insurance Review
Berrymans Lace Mawer
03.06.2013
Reinsurance Newsletter
Patton Boggs LLP
31.05.2013
Africa Investor Briefing

In this issue of the Africa Investor Briefing we focus on West Africa, a region developing an increasingly diversified economy and moving away from dependency on oil and gas reserves. We profile the growing insurance opportunities available in West Africa and report on other issues which Clyde & Co have observed and advised upon in the region over the last twelve months.

Clyde & Co LLP
30.05.2013
India: The Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill

 An update from Clyde & Co's associated firm in India, Clasis Law, with regard to the status of the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2008

Clyde & Co LLP
28.05.2013
(Re)Insurance weekly update 19/13

This update looks at Clyde & Co’s  re/insurance and litigation update covering the latest developments in caselaw.

Clyde & Co LLP
23.05.2013
Overuse Injures: the "Acute on Chronic" Dilemma?

This article focuses on the issues surrounding the insuring of high-value players  in professional team sports. 

Clyde & Co LLP
16.05.2013
Corporate Insurance Newsletter (Clyde & Co)

A summary of recent developments in the Corporate Insurance market - the latest update from Clyde & Co's Corporate Insurance team. 

Clyde & Co LLP
16.05.2013
Section 54 is in for the long haul

This update covers Matthew Maxwell v Highway Hauliers Pty Ltd [2013] WASCA 115, an appeal from a decision by the Supreme Court of Western Australia.  The appeal is significant for its implications with respect to the interpretation of s 54. 

Clyde & Co LLP
16.05.2013
Thawing of the ice. Will 2013 be the dawn of Arctic shipping?

Unprecedented rising temperatures in the Arctic have resulted in major transformations to its natural environment and with the Arctic heating up twice as quickly as anywhere else on the planet, shipping activity in the region is expanding. This article discusses the impact of this on marine insurers, ship owners and cargo interests.

Clyde & Co LLP
14.05.2013
China’s CIRC categorises insurance business

China Insurance Regulatory Commission's recently declared Administrative Measures on Classification of Business Scope of Insurance

Clyde & Co LLP
14.05.2013
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<span style="\\\\&quot;font-size:" 11px;\\\\"=""> In Australia, the Assistant Treasurer has released an Exposure Draft of the Insurance Contracts Amendment (Unfair Terms) Bill 2013 (the Bill). The update provides an update with regards to the status of this bill.

Clyde & Co LLP
13.05.2013
Reinsurance Clauses: Conditions Precedent, differences between English law and Brazilian law

In order that a condition precedent shall have the same effect as under English law, the clause needs to be written in such a way as to explain clearly the obligations of the reinsured and the consequences of non-compliance.

JBO Advocacia
09.05.2013
Regulators eye US medical stop-loss insurance

While various provisions of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) have been implemented since the act’s passage in 2010, the act’s major market reforms will only begin to come into effect in 2014.  This article discusses current developments and potential implications of the ACA, including its impact on stop-loss insurance.

Clyde & Co LLP
08.05.2013
Breach is the battle, causation and loss the war

Awards of damages in three recent cases provide powerful ammunition for insurers seeking to reduce their claims exposure.
 

Mills & Reeve
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