THE COURT OF CARDS: THE SUPREME COURT, CASINOS AND INSURANCE FRAUD
ABOUT THE SESSION
It feels like the law relating to insurance fraud is in constant motion. The courts have been grappling with tests such as “fundamental dishonesty”.
But could it be that a case involving alleged cheating in a game of baccarat in a casino in London has brought some clarity to how the courts will deal with the test of fundamental dishonesty in insurance claims?
By the end of the session, participants will be able to:
Understand the foundations of the test of fundamental dishonesty as it applies to fraudulent insurance claims.
Identify the key aspects of the Supreme Court´s decision In Ivey v Genting Casinos (UK) Ltd.
Recognise how the courts may go on to implement the test introduced by the Ivey case.
Implement a strategy for assessing future claims that may involve an allegation of fundamental dishonesty.
Session Length: 1 hour