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INSURANCE LAW

Covid losses: After restaurants, pharmacists. The closing of borders constitutes a case of denial of access cover by the insurance policy.

Enthémis obtains the conviction of AXA on the basis of a ¨Difficult access to premises¨ clause.

INSURANCE LAW

Companies hit by the sanctions due to the Russian-Ukrainian war: it is unlikely that the exclusion of insurance policies is valid. Which claim to declare?

Insurance policies covering business interruption sometimes include coverage for loss due to political sanctions.

INSURANCE LAW

Insurance policies termination update: a greater flexibility for the insured

A proposition recently made by the ¨Comité consultatif du secteur financier¨ (CCSF), a French consultative body tasked with submitting measures to improve the relations between banks and insurers and their clients, could lead to new ramifications on the French insurance sphere.

COMPANY LAW

Sanctions and counter-sanctions, what remains of trade with Russia?

Two nations negotiating together make each other mutually dependent… The natural effect of trade is to bring peace, Charles de Montesquieu.

INSURANCE LAW

Business interruption: embarrassing rulings for insurers

Nearly two years after the outbreak of the Covid-19 crisis, insurers are still struggling with claims for business interruption suffered by companies due to the pandemic. Judges keep ruling in favor of insured companies, considering that they were covered against "business interruption" suffered as a result of the lockdowns.

INSURANCE LAW

Business interruption: towards the multiplication of insured companies. Jérôme Goy’s tribune

Insurers won’t talk about it, but companies should be aware that there is only one month left before the statute of limitation expires for insurance claims related to business interruption.

INSURANCE LAW

Business interruption: insurers under pressure!

A few weeks before the expiration of the two-year statute of limitation on business interruption coverage, this sensitive issue is coming back into the legal arena. The consequences for the insurers concerned could be massive.

INSURANCE LAW

2022 renewals: risky practices

The hard market experienced by the insurance industry since 2017/2019 has brought back into the picture some contractual practices that risk detractors should fear.

INSURANCE LAW

Originally from the United Kingdom, MGAs, or managing general agents, are increasingly present in the French insurance market, particularly in the world of insurtech, where some companies, such as Assurly, Luko and Zego, are using this status.