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Scallops, crushed cars, and policemen’s hats: The difference between damaged and defective property

Date

Friday, September 27, 2019

Time

10:00 AM Europe/London

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Presenter

David Pryce

David is a partner specialising in insurance disputes, with a particular focus on Construction and Technology risks.

Agenda

This session will review the various authorities on when property is considered to be have been “damaged”, as opposed to merely being in a “defective condition”. It will do so in the context of a variety of risk classes including CAR, property insurance, public liability and product liability.