December 2014 edition of our Insurance focus magazine
December 01, 2014
A policy that indemnifies household contents insured for a break-in or theft that requires the observer to “see physical damage” will compensate the insured only if
November 27, 2014
Norton Rose Fulbright is a global legal practice able to provide the full range of services
November 25, 2014
Increased trade with Africa and the commencement of numerous infrastructure projects has led to more cargo interests, brokers and underwriters to ask how to...
November 05, 2014
In this edition of the Banking and Finance Disputes Review, we look back to the aftermath of the financial crisis and forward to the new regulatory landscape...
October 31, 2014
In this article, we survey recent litigation in capital markets featuring issues of contractual interpretation, drawing out some of the most interesting current...
Unsurprisingly, negligence claims by financial institutions against valuers arising from secured lending transactions tend to follow recessions.
In the previous edition of Banking and finance disputes review, we considered Graiseley Properties Ltd & Ors v Barclays Bank plc  EWHC 67 (Comm), in which...
In the last edition of the Banking and finance disputes review, we described the new civil liability regime for credit rating agencies (CRAs) in the EU.
Estoppel cannot be used to circumvent the statutory requirements for execution of deeds, where the defect in execution is apparent on the face of the deed.
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