When a Lie is Dishonest, but a Claim isn't by Jeff Heasman
WHEN A LIE IS DISHONEST BUT A CLAIM ISN’T: THE SUPREME COURT ON FRAUDULENT DEVICES
IMPORTANT NOTE: This event is being held in the Noel Cantwell Suite which is situated in the South Stand of the ABAX Stadium.
Cost: Free to members and non-members. Buffet lunch included.
Overview: This interactive and thought-provoking presentation focuses on the recent decision of the Supreme Court in ‘Versloot Dredging BV v HDI-Gerling Industrie Versicherung AG (The DC Merwestone)’ relating to fraudulent devices. There is also an analysis of how an insurer’s remedies will be impacted by this decision and the provisions of the new Insurance Act 2015. The background to the development of the law relating to fraudulent devices is looked at so as to provide the context for the Supreme Court’s recent decision and discussion throughout will centre on whether the Supreme Court has sent the right message to potential fraudsters.
By the end of the session participants will be able to:
- Identify and critically analyse the main aspects of the judgment of the Supreme Court in ‘The DC Merwestone’.
- Describe the relevant provisions of the Insurance Act 2015 and how these will impact on how an insurer may deal with fraudulent claims and the remedies available to an insurer.
- Apply the knowledge gained from the presentation to deal more effectively with, and find practical solutions to claims involving a fraudulent device.
Slides from this event can be downloaded below
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