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High Court in England and Wales Rules on Waivers of Subrogation in Construction Project

High Court in England and Wales holds that project insurers can bring a subrogation claim against a sub-contractor on a project where the sub-contractor has expressly agreed to obtain separate insurance cover for the project.  Haberdashers’ Aske’s Federation Trust v Lakehouse

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Re-Reading the Riot Act: An Update

Changes to the Riot Act that will hit insurers look set to go ahead following Parliament’s recent second reading of the Riot Compensation Bill. The draft Bill, which will replace the Riot (Damages) Act 1886, was the subject of debate

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England and Wales move one step closer to introducing contingency fees

On 29 March 2011, following a period of consultation, the government announced that the civil cost reforms proposed by Lord Justice Jackson in his January 2010 report will be implemented in full. In his report, which followed a year-long review

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Reading the Riot Act: Period for lodging claims with the Police for losses caused by the London riots extended to 42 days

“London Riots” “Riot Act” “statutory recovery” “David Cameron announcement” “Subro Round Up” “Kathryn Arogundade”

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