Cover Talk - webinars for the insurance sector

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Cover Talk is a series of bitesized webinars aimed specifically at insurers, insurance brokers and those working in the insurance sector.

Each week lawyers from across our team will present bitesize sessions on topical subjects from within our sector. The format will allow 15 minutes for the presentation and 15 minutes to cover audience questions.

Click on the videos below to see the recordings of each webinar, or Click here to register for our upcoming Cover Talk webinars. 

Recorded on 17 September 2020, Michael Mitchell looks at the topic of subrogation.
  
Recorded on 30 July 2020 Stuart Lloyd talks about: claimant’s illegal behaviour illegal contracts losses deliberately caused ransoms criminal enterprises indemnity for punishment of crime negligence of insured.
   
Recorded on 23 July Niall Innes looks at aggregation: what is it? Concepts cases clauses first party examples third party / PI examples.
Filmed on 16 July 2020 Pete Moloney looks at: general rule exceptions all risks policies process of elimination wilful act of insured
The latest in insurance from Andrew Tobin, Partner in the Insurance team.
Tom Filby looks at: General rules Non payment Waiver, termination and related matters Return of premium: non-disclosure, illegality, divisibility of risk
James Thompson highlights some of the key issues.
What are they and how are they different?
Neil Howes, a partner in the insurance team looks at the Insurance Act 2015
Andrew Tobin looks at the background and history and it's importance to the insurance sector

 

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