By Barlow Lyde & Gilbert LLP
Reinsurance Practice and the Law covers all the areas of reinsurance that are likely to give rise to problems. Paying special attention to the drafting and operation of the reinsurance contract, it also deals in detail with dispute resolution, including arbitration and Commercial Court practice and procedure.
Written by the Reinsurance and International Risk Team at Barlow Lyde & Gilbert, it concentrates throughout on how the law relates to actual market practice. It will guide you through the pitfalls of forming and negotiating reinsurance agreements, highlighting problem areas in wordings. It also tackles areas as diverse as dispute resolution and the liabilities of intermediaries.
Part 1 - Reinsurance Contracts, Markets and Participants
Part 2 - Making The Reinsurance Contract
Part 3 - Interpreting The Reinsurance Contract
Part 4 - Premium, Brokerage & Commission
Part 5 - Lloyd's
Part 6 - Reinsurance Alternatives
Part 7 - Claims
Part 8 - Expiry and Termination of The Reinsurance Contract
Part 9 - Transfer, Run-Off and Insolvency
Part 10 - Remedies and Resolving Disputes
Part 11 - Proposals for Legal Reform