Providing analysis and interpretation on the construction of the Bermuda Form this book also addresses the dispute resolution process and covers the legal and practical issues which arise in the international arbitration of large and complex disputes under it.
Since the Bermuda Form was developed in response to the collapse of the US excess liability insurance market it has become an industry standard on which such insurance is written. Bermuda Form arbitrations have since been conducted in London or Bermuda over a period of more than 20 years and represent hugely detailed, complex, lengthy and expensive pieces of litigation. This book is a valuable guide even for experienced practitioners in this difficult area of the law, adding significantly to the nascent body of information on the analysis, interpretation and construction of the Bermuda Form.
The book includes the full text of the Arbitration Act 1996 and the Bermuda Arbitration Act.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.70(w) x 9.80(h) x 1.30(d)|
About the Author
David Scorey is a member of Essex Court Chambers and has a wide-ranging practice in international and domestic commercial law, litigating in both domestic courts and tribunals in addition to international arbitrations. He has acted in a wide variety of commercial disputes including insurance and reinsurance, particularly in respect of high level excess liability insurance on the Bermuda Form.
Richard Geddes is a Partner at Sedgwick LLP and co-chair of the firm's International Counseling and Arbitration Practice Group. He practices primarily in the areas of Insurance and Reinsurance counselling, litigation and arbitration and has extensive experience in coverage analysis, policy drafting, and claims management involving a wide variety of coverages.
Chris Harris is a litigation Parner at Clyde & Co with extensive commercial, insurance and reinsurance experience. He acts for major London, European, US and Bermudian insurers and his practice involves litigation and arbitration work.