Paul Toomey v Banco Vitalicio (2004) EWCA Civ 622: acting for Spanish insurer in denial of cover declaratory action by Lloyd’s reinsurers; defending allegations of breaches of warranty as to net ascertained losses in Contingency Reinsurance concerning TV broadcasting finance contracts.
HIH Casualty & General Insurance Limited v JLT Risk Solutions Limited  Lloyd's Rep IR 493: acting for brokers against allegations of breach of duties in Contingency Film Finance Reinsurance in respect of placing, back-to-back terms, non disclosure, misrepresentation and fraud.
Acting for London reinsurers in arbitrations in London and Brazil arising from several claims under a Port Liability Reinsurance Treaty covering warehouses and claims for mould contamination, flooding and other matters.
Advising London reinsurers in drafting several settlement agreements with Brazilian and Ecuadorean insurers in relation to several Port Liability Reinsurance claims.
Acting for Spanish insurer in a coverage dispute under an E&O Reinsurance in connection with a multi million Euros claim by a Bank.
Advising UK reinsurer as to coverage issues regarding Public Liability Insurance in Portugal regarding criminal proceedings against insured for negligent disposal of toxic materials.
Advising liquidator of Australian insurer in relation to multi jurisdictional claims under Product Liability Insurance and aggregation issues regarding meaning of “event or occurrence”.
Acting for US insurer against Caribbean insolvent reinsurance companies in international arbitration seeking to avoid Motor Treaty Reinsurance due to allegations of misrepresentations as to paid loss ratios.
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