- Bank's US$77m insurance claim declared fraudulent
- What did the court decide?
Law360, London: Hiscox and other insurers do not have to pay a Greek bank US$77m for an explosion aboard an oil tanker because the ship's owner orchestrated a fake pirate attack to keep his floundering businesses afloat, a London judge ruled on 7 October 2019.
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