Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The COVID‑19 pandemic has given rise to insurers seeking to contest or test the terms of particular insurance policies.
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
The NFT market is still relatively new and volatile, but its potential is huge. Christie's managed to auction an NFT linked to an artwork for over USD 69 million this March...
Bermuda has always provided an efficient process for insurance submissions of all classes, with applications being approved in under two weeks.
Rogers Partners LLP
The recent License Appeal Tribunal decision in Amoh v. Pembridge Insurance, 2021 ONLAT 20-001280/AABS, addresses the issue of whether an applicant is barred from commencing a proceeding against...
Scott Venturo Rudakoff LLP
The Ontario Superior Court recently addressed the evidence required to overcome the presumption of a duty to defend in the context of a liability insurance policy.
The Ontario Court of Appeal recently released its decision in MDS Inc. v Factory Mutual Insurance Company (MDS) providing broadly awaited clarity on the scope of the term "physical damage"...
Rogers Partners LLP
The recent Court of Appeal decision in MDS Inc. v Factory Mutual Insurance Company discusses the interpretation of standard form insurance contracts and coverage in all-risk policies.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
La principale question était donc celle de savoir si ces prétentions pouvaient enclencher la protection d'assurance en vertu du libellé des polices souscrites au Québec.
Clark Wilson LLP
Bars and restaurants or commercial hosts who serve alcohol to customers owe a duty of care not only to customers but to third parties that an overserved customer later injures while driving on the road.
Theall Group LLP
The Court of Appeal for Ontario has issued the highly anticipated decision in MDS Inc v Factory Mutual Insurance Company.
Miller Thomson LLP
Il y a 25 ans, l'affaire Louis Champagne radiomutuel inc. établissait le droit d'une partie qui souhaite intenter un recours contre l'assureur de la partie adverse d'obtenir copie de sa police d'assurance.
The Cayman Islands is already well-established as an insurance jurisdiction, with 770 insurance licensees conducting business under the supervision of the Cayman Islands Monetary...
On 5 August 2021 the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") published a consultation paper seeking views on proposed Guidance on the Use of Service Companies for Staffing Purposes in the Insurance...
In its review of differential pricing (Review), the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) has proposed that the practice of "price walking", whereby customers are in effect penalised for not walking away from their insurer after a year of coverage, is abolished.
A core principle of Irish contract law is that a person who is not a party to a contract does not have enforceable legal rights, even where the contract is intended to benefit that person.
On 2 June 2021, the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) published its Annual Report 2020 & Annual Performance Statement 2020-2021 (Annual Report), together with its 2020 Report on Protected Disclosures (Disclosures Report).
_L'Accord de Commerce et de Coopération (l'Accord) conclu entre le Royaume-Uni et l'Union Européenne (UE) est entré en vigueur le 1er mai 2020.
Bank Negara Malaysia ('BNM') has on 30 August 2021 issued an exposure draft of the Policy Document on Bancassurance/ Bancatakaful ('Policy Document').
The Court of Appeal, composed of Chief Justice Mark Chetcuti, Mr Justice Joseph R Micallef and Mr Justice Tonio Mallia, on June 30, 2021 in the case "Ambrose Mackay, Jessica Eddelston Mackay, ...
Every year, it is estimated that around up to 40 people suffering from disabilities request an insurance company to acquire life insurance for the purpose of obtaining a home loan.