Monthly Archives: December 2016

Insurance Law Update – December 2016

Published: 13/12/2016 | Insurance, Newsletters

Contents Fraudulent Claims – the Supreme Court – the give and the take Drones and Insurance Case Law Update To download a copy of this month’s insurance law update, click here. News To-date 2016 has been an exciting year for insurance law – six insurance cases have made it to the Supreme Court. John Meredith-Hardy […]

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Georgina Crawford in Menary v Darnton which sets new ground in fundamental dishonesty appeal

Published: 05/12/2016 | News

What happens when a claimant is not the root of the dishonesty but the claim is nonetheless dishonest? Georgina Crawford was instructed by Aviva in the case of Menary v Darnton, on appeal on behalf of the defendant. In the case, HHJ Hughes provided a welcome judgment which gave a more detailed clarification on fundamental […]

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