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Given the sheer expanse of insurance law, the aims of this book must necessarily be modest. While it is intended that it should complement "Insurance Law: Doctrines and Principles", the authors have taken the opportunity presented by fashioning a casebook to integrate the jurisprudence from other common law jurisdictions, particularly the USA, as a means of demonstrating how problems which have long confronted the English courts frequently receive different legislative/judicial responses elsewhere.
Although the emphasis of the book lies with the case law spanning some two centuries, the authors introduce each section with a brief narrative designed to focus the reader's attention as he or she works through the cases. A critical approach is adopted and emphasis is given to major journal articles and to the current UK and EU reform agenda.