- The contentious aggregation clause following AIG
- Original news
- What was the Court of Appeal asked to decide?
- What was the origin of the aggregation clause?
- How did the Court of Appeal construe the aggregation clause?
- What are the practical implications of this decision?
Dispute Resolution analysis: Mark Pring, litigation partner and head of insurance at Addleshaw Goddard, and Richard Wise, managing associate in the litigation group at Addleshaw Goddard, outline the recent Court of Appeal judgment concerning the contentious aggregation clause in the Minimum Terms and Conditions (MTC) of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). They explain that while the case was ultimately remitted to the Commercial Court, the guidance issued by the Court of Appeal will have practical implications for both solicitors and qualifying insurers.
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