Insurance claims – is contractual construction still the key?

Date29 April, 2019

Time 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Location RPC
One Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road

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Event : “Insurance claims – is contractual construction still the key?

A look at recent case law in relation to jurisdiction, coverage, contribution and injunctive relief”

Speaker : Nigel Cooper QC, Quadrant Chambers

Date and Time : 29 April 2019 (Monday); 1:00 – 2:00 pm. Registration from 12:30pm onwards

Fee : $150 (Members) $250 (Non-Members) $100 (Students)

Venue : RPC, 3802-3806, 38/F One Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
: Light lunch will be provided
RSVP : Please complete Registration Form overleaf. Places may be limited.

*** CPD accreditation from the Law Society is being applied for ***

Lecture Synopsis

Nigel Cooper QC will review recent case law with a view to exploring the continuing role of contractual construction as a key factor not just in relation to the scope of cover but also when it comes to establishing jurisdiction for claims or when it is necessary to seek injunctive relief to preserve policy rights. His review will include considering the importance of contract wordings when determining rights of contribution between co-insurers.

Full details are in the attached flyer:

51624164-v1-FLYER – 29.04.2019 SEMINAR

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