Webinar – Business Interruption Insurance following the Supreme Court’s judgment on FCA -v- Arch Insurance & Ors
Countless firms have insurance for losses caused by the interruption of their business by serious diseases or the mandatory closure of premises. It was thought that such policies would not respond to the pandemic. The FCA brought a case to clarify the matter. In September the High Court ruled mostly in the FCA’s favour, to the benefit of insureds. On 15 January the Supreme Court largely upheld that decision, and in some respects was more generous from the insureds’ viewpoint.
•The background and the court’s approach t construing the various policies
•Prevention of access clauses
•Causation on the overruling of the Orient Express Hotels case
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