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1st Edition

Private International Law of Reinsurance and Insurance

ISBN 9781843115328
Published December 1, 2006 by Informa Law from Routledge
608 Pages

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Book Description

The first book dedicated to this subject, Private International Law of Reinsurance and Insurance provides a practical and easy-to-use reference in this complex area of law. This book provides a clear and useful guide to identifying the applicable legal regimes and relevant rules insofar as they concern reinsurance and insurance disputes. It offers authoritative guidance on the Jurisdiction Regulation 44/2001, the Rome Convention on Choice of Law and the 2001 Insurance Directives and regulations, as well as the common law.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Overview Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Historical Overview of the European Private International Law Rules Chapter 3. Interpretation Part 2: Jurisdiction Chapter 4. Legal Regimes Determining Jurisdiction Chapter 5. Reinsurance Jurisdiction - Brussels Regulation Chapter 6. Insurance Under The Brussels Regulation Chapter 7. Reinsurance and Insurance Jurisdiction at Common Law Chapter 8. Reinsurance and Insurance in Arbitration Disputes Part 3: Choice of Law Chapter 9. Legal Regimes Determining Choice of Law Chapter 10. Reinsurance and Insurance of Risks Outside the EEA- Choice of Law and the Rome Convention Chapter 11. Insurance of Risks in the EEA: Choice of Law and the Insurance Directives Chapter 12. Reinsurance and Insurance: Choice of Law under the Common Law Chapter 13. Reinsurance and Insurance: Choice of Law in Arbitration Disputes

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Raymond Cox QC is a silk at Fountain Court Chambers, and he is widely considered to be a leading authority on Commercial, Banking and Finance, and Insurance and Reinsurance.

Louise Merrett is a senior lecturer of Law at the University of Cambridge.

Marcus Smith is a barrister at Fountain Court Chambers, where he specialises in commercial and commercial chancery work