Topic: Lloyd's

Lloyd’s Market Drafts Exclusion to Ensure Compliance With Iran Sanctions

As previously reported in this blog, President Obama signed into law the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability and Divestment Act of 2010 (the “Iran Sanctions Act”) in July, following the less stringent sanctions passed earlier by the U.N.  For a more detailed discussion of the Iran Sanctions Act, see here.  Canada, the European Union and Australia soon followed with similar sanctions aimed at Iran’s financial and energy sectors. 

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Bono’s Back Injury is Underwriters’ $18 Million Pain

Britain’s The Sun reports that Robertson Taylor – music industry broker for Lloyd’s of London – is reportedly handling a claim of approximately $18 million for the now infamous back injury incurred by U2’s front man Bono during U.S. tour rehearsals.  Bono required emergency surgery, and U2 had to subsequently postpone their U.S. summer tour and cancel their headlining appearance at the Glastonbury Festival. 

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UK: Shadow Treasury Minister Speaks on Conservative White Paper

On 25 January 2010, Mark Hoban MP, Shadow Treasury Minister, spoke at a British Insurance Law Association seminar hosted at Lloyd’s and attended by a number of EAPD lawyers. Mr Hoban spoke on the Conservative Party White Paper, published on 20 July 2009, entitled “From Crisis to Confidence: Plan for Sound Banking” with a particular focus on the White Paper’s relevance to the insurance sector. 

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