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Court of Appeal's hotly-anticipated decision on aggregation trigger language has left ambiguity
An increase in claims against professional advisers for historic tax advice is likely over the next two to four years
The treatment of defence costs and their impact on the limit of indemnity differs from jurisdiction to jurisdiction
Directors and officers will also need to take care the content of the statement of facts could not be construed as an admission of liability by them individually
Illegality or dishonest conduct continues to cause all manner of unexpected legal complications, whether in relation to coverage considerations or in terms of establishing the underlying liabilities of the insured
While the UK case of McManus v ERIC does not make new law, it is a reminder of the principles applicable to “blanket” notifications and is relevant to all professional and financial lines and other liability policies.