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Buckley on Insurance Law [Hardback] | Add to Basket
Author : Austin Buckley
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 19/12/2016
ISBN: 9780414056343
Jurisdiction: Ireland

Insurance Law is the authoritative work on the subject of Irish Insurance law and is the reference of choice for all practitioners. The book is now the acknowledged reference on matters of Insurance law in Ireland and is cited authoritatively in the courts and in arbitrations. The 4th edition expands treatment of all areas to provide updates, analysis and commentary on legal developments in selected areas of insurance.

*The accepted reference for matters of Insurance Law in Ireland
*Includes up to date UK/EC and Irish case law
*Deals with issues regularly faced by legal and insurance practitioners
*Provides practitioners with the benefit of the author?s extensive practical experience
*All insurance related EC, UK and Irish cases since the last edition, including:

Western Trading v Great Lakes Insurance [2015] EWHC 103 QB
Involnert v Aprilgrange [2015] EWHC 2225
McCabe v Irish Life [2015] IECA 239
Earls v FSO [2015] IEHC 536
Thompson v Dublin Bus [2016] IESC 22
Vnuk v Zavarovalnica Case C-162-13 ECJ
Mohamud v W.M. Morrison Supermarkets plc {2016] UKSC 11
AIG v OC320301 [2016] EWCA Civ 367

and many others

Austin J. Buckley is an independent insurance litigation consultant advising insurers, brokers, adjusters and the legal profession. He has more than 50 years practical experience of the insurance industry. Austin is a Chartered Insurance Practitioner and a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute. He holds B.C.L. and LL.M degrees from University College Cork where he has lectured on insurance law. Over the last eighteen years the author has provided independent expert testimony at Arbitration and High Court proceedings. He has appeared as an expert witness in most of the recent Irish High Court cases dealing with Insurance.
Subject Groups
Insurance Law
International Private Law
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