Ince lands appeal for reinsurers on Aon 77

Harris, Joanne
July 2005
Lawyer;7/4/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that Ince & Co. has secured leave to appeal for reinsurers Cox and Cotesworth in one of Great Britain's largest reinsurance disputes to date. In case of Bonner & Ors v. Cox & Ors, better known as Aon 77, the Court of Appeal gave leave to appeal the December 2004 decision of Mr Justice Morison last month. The case centres around an insurance policy covering energy risks brokered by Aon, underwritten by five Lloyd's syndicates and reinsured by Cox, Cotesworth and Euclidian.


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