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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Company Directors: Duties, Liabilities and Remedies

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Legal Expenses Insurance

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ISBN13: 9781858111889
ISBN: 1858111889
Published: June 1998
Publisher: EMIS Professional Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £38.00

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At a time of declining legal aid for civil litigation, many lawyers are seeking funding for work from legal expenses insurers. As a higher proportion of cases will be so funded, this book is essential reading for all civil litigators who must fully understand their contractual and professional position in acting for the insured and at the same time taking payment from an insurer. Insurers must also know their rights and obligations.;Michael Feldman is a solicitor specialising in LEI cases. His book is at once practical and accessible and should prove invaluable whatever the practitioner's involvement in an LEI matter.

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Insurance Law, Courts and Procedure
Contract law doctrines relevant to LEI contracts, including the insured's duty to mitigate loss in general; insurance law relevant to LEI contracts: non-disclosure; wilful misconduct; subrogation and warranties as to future conduct; tort law relevant to LEI contracts: negligent misstatement; deceit and fraudulent misrepresentations - the LEI insurer v a firm of solicitors case; wasted costs and taxation of bills; maintenance - Youngs Breweries case; professional duties; additional materials: the relevant regulations and directive and a typical policy.