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UK: Wood v Capita Insurance Services Limited

Be aware of drafting (or seeking to interpret) a contractual indemnity provision in isolation.  Appreciating the wider contractual context will avoid surprises. The Supreme Court has held that the indemnity clause in an SPA did not operate to indemnify the buyer of an insurance broker against compensation paid to customers as a result of mis-selling.

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UK: AIG Europe Limited v Woodman and others

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court overturned the Court of Appeal’s judgment in AIG Europe Limited v Woodman and others UKSC 2016/0100, ruling on how claims arising from similar acts or omissions in a series of related matters or transactions should be aggregated for the purposes of a per claim limit.  The court held that whilst

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UK: Zurich Insurance PLC UK Branch (Appellant) v International Energy Group Limited (Respondent)

The Supreme Court yesterday overturned the Court of Appeal‘s judgment in Zurich Insurance PLC UK Branch v International Energy Group Limited [2015] UKSC 33.  This case dealt with the law in Guernsey on exposure to asbestos where there is no equivalent to the Compensation Act 2006.  The case concerned whether an insurer is liable to