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Rupert Warren

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Rupert specialises in insurance, reinsurance and professional indemnity claims. He frequently acts for insurers, reinsurers, policyholders and insured professionals in claims arising from a wide range of classes of business, including professional indemnity, management liability, financial institutions property / business interruption, energy, product liability and construction. His cases often have an international element. He has been involved in some of the leading cases on, for example, brokers' negligence and non-disclosure in reinsurance.

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Rupert specialises in insurance, reinsurance and professional indemnity claims. He frequently acts for insurers, reinsurers, policyholders and insured professionals in claims arising from a wide range of classes of business, including professional indemnity, management liability, financial institutions property / business interruption, energy, product liability and construction. His cases often have an international element. He has been involved in some of the leading cases on, for example, brokers' negligence and non-disclosure in reinsurance.

Rupert has spent time on secondment in the claims teams of two Lloyd's syndicate, through which he has developed a thorough understanding of the insurance market. He is a member of the Insurance and Reinsurance Legacy Association ("IRLA") and the British Insurance Law Association ("BILA"). He regularly presents to clients on topical market issues.

His recent experience includes:

-Advising on Covid-19 business interruption claims, including on issues arising from the FCA Test Case

-Coverage dispute arising from defective hip implants (in arbitration)

-AXA v ARIG – leading Court of Appeal decision on inducement in non-disclosure

-Negligence claim against major international law firm arising from Mexican tax advice (Symrise v Baker & McKenzie)

-Standard Life v Oak Dedicated and Aon – commercial court case on brokers' duties

-Acting for insurers of a sub-contractor in a TCC case concerning a fire at a residential development in Canterbury.

London

Friary Court
65 Crutched Friars
London EC3N 2AE
United Kingdom

Office Telephone: +44 (0)20 7264 8000
Office Fax: +44 (0)20 7264 8888

Direct Dial (London): +44 (0)20 7264 8478

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