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Please select a journal or article from the list below which is presented in reverse chonological order.
U.S. healthcare reform 2010-2011, by Alice Kane and Steven Levitsky, Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP
London market issues: leaders, followers and layers by Julian Burling, Barrister, Serle Court, Helen Ashenden, Lloyd's Market Performance, and Jacquetta Castle, Fishburns LLP
Investment rules and practice in the Lloyd's and UK insurance markets, by Steven McEwan, Hogan Lovells International LLP
Microinsurance: the challenge for law and regulation, by Jonathan Teacher, Norton Rose LLP
Insurance coverage issues affecting the financial services industry by Graham Denny, Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
Developing European class actions and keeping them out of the US courts, by Thomas Heitzer, Noerr LLP
Test-Achats and gender discrimination in insurance, by Chris Finney, Mark Everiss and Stephen Ixer, Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
"Principles of European Insurance Contract Law: A Model Optional Instrument", book review by Jacquetta Castle, Fishburns LLP
AIDA conference: London 13/14 September 2012, "Testing times, uncertain outcomes: how are insurers and reinsurers expected to measure up?" by Tim Hardy
Insurers and the 'twin peaks' regulatory system - are two heads really better than one, by Laura Hodgson and Simon Baker, Norton Rose LLP
The path to Solvency II implementation - rocks and hard places, by Chris Finney, Wragge & Co.
Late payment of insurance claims: a legal or a regulatory issue? by Jonathan Goodliffe.
The BILA cyber risk mock trial, by Laura Crowley, barrister, 4 Pump Court.
JustCard plc v Cybersafe Ltd mock trial: judgment, by Sir Richard Aikens.
Consumer insurance and the duty of disclosure, by Peter J Tyldesley.
Climate change and insurance law, by Tim Hardy.
The 2011 Japanese earthquake: how claims will be impacted by the new Japanese Insurance Act, by Daniel Saville, Reynolds, Porter Chamberlain LLP.
Options for transferring litigation risk, by Fallon Turner, The Judge Limited.
Insurance claims for loss by piratical seizure: Masefield v Amlin in the Court of Appeal, by Roberto Barriga.