Month: September 2020

FCA – business interruption insurance test case – appeal

Following the judgment, handed down on 15 September, it has been confirmed that there will be a hearing on 2 October at which the court will hear any applications for permission to appeal. The court will also consider whether any appeal should “leapfrog” the Court of Appeal and proceed straight […]

FCA – business interruption insurance test case – judgment

On 15 September the High Court handed down its judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority’s COVID-19 business interruption insurance test case. While there are mixed results in relation to a large number of questions, the court has ruled in favour of the policyholders’ arguments on most of the issues. The FCA […]