Date / time
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
The Old Library, Lloyd's
Smart Contracts for Insurance
Smart contracts technology has great potential to impact positively upon the design, formation and performance of insurance contracts. This lecture will explore potential uses of the technology within the insurance space and deal with legal issues that arise as a result, including both private law issues and regulation and compliance issues. The lecture is being scheduled to coincide with a report on smart contracts shortly to be published by Lloyd’s on which Dr Goldby is a contributing author.
Dr. Miriam Goldby is a Reader in Shipping, Insurance and Commercial Law, at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London. She is the Deputy Director of the Centre’s Insurance Law Institute and Director of its LLM in International Shipping Law in London. Apart from articles and book chapters, she has published three books: Electronic Documents in Maritime Trade (OUP, 2013), the second edition of which will be published in 2019; Systemic Risk and the Future of Insurance Regulation edited with A. Georgosouli, (Informa 2015); and The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law, edited with L Mistelis (OUP, 2016). She is vice chair of ICC UK’s Commercial Law and Practice Committee and a member of the Comité Maritime International’s Standing Committee on the Carriage of Goods. She is also deputy editor of the British Insurance Law Association (BILA) Journal.
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Dr Miriam Goldby