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Padfield Alison


Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)


981,75 PLN
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Alison Padfield QC is a barrister at 4 New Square in London. She has extensive experience of advising clients about insurance issues and litigating insurance disputes. Alison is an elected member of the Bar Council.Includes commentary on the Insurance Act 2015 the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010 and the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012.Covers claims against insurers and claims against insurance brokers.Also covers a full analysis of the most significant regulatory issues arising.Includes footnotes that routinely identify relevant passages in each case by page number or paragraph so the user can quickly discern the relevance of each case saving valuable time.It explains the meaning of terms and concepts in plain English making it accessible to lawyers an nonlawyers alike.Alison Padfield is a barrister at 4 New Square with extensive experience in insurance and reinsurance. She is ranked by Chambers UK and the Legal 500 as a leading junior barrister in insurance and reinsurance. In 2014 Alison was shortlisted for Insurance Junior of the Year in the Chambers & Partners Bar Awards 2014 and was also listed in The Lawyers Hot 100 for 2014 (one of only two junior barristers and 11 barristers in total).Alison is the editor of the insurance title in Atkins Court Forms. She also writes articles for legal journals about insurance law and related issues.Insurance Claims provides an accurate summary of the law as it relates to insurance claims which means largely but not exclusively claims against insurers and insurance brokers. It is aimed at those involved in the application of the law on a daily basis whether as solicitors barristers or insurance claims handlers.The new edition is one of the first titles to cover and offer detailed commentary on the Insurance Act 2015 which comes in to force in August 2016.Insurance Claims Fourth Edition includes coverage of the following significant changes in legislation and case law:The Insurance Act 2015 comes into force on 12 August 2016 and makes farreaching changes to insurance law in England and Wales: Introduces a new precontractual duty of fair presentation in place of the duty to disclose material facts/duty not to misrepresent material facts: Makes significant changes to remedies for breach of precontractual duty breach of warranty and breach of other terms śnot relevant to the actual loss.The Enterprise Act 2016 amends the Insurance Act 2015 and introduces a general right to damages for late payment of insurance claims (with effect from 4 May 2017).The Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010 is amended by the Insurance Act 2015 and by the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Regulations 2016 and came into force on 1 August 2016.The Consumer Rights Act 2015 reenacts with minor changes the law on unfair terms in consumer contracts (formerly the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999).Teal v Berkley in the Supreme Court on the order in w

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