Laytons scores High Court victory for Rovers

Malkin, Brendan
November 2004
Lawyer;11/29/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 46, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on the expected flood of claims by sports clubs against insurers expected to result from a landmark court victory for Laytons on behalf of Blackburn Rovers. Incident that led to the lawsuit; Basis of the insurer for its denial of liability; Expected impact of the court victory on the insurers.


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