Court of Appeal to examine aggregation and furlough issues in Stonegate appeal

The Royal Courts of Justice

Questions on aggregation and furlough that could alter the size of Covid business interruption payouts by tens or hundreds of millions of pounds are set to be revisited by the Court of Appeal later this year.

The court has granted permission for the claimants and insurers in Stonegate v MS Amlin and others, Greggs v Zurich, and Various Eateries v Allianz to appeal the findings of the High Court, which were

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