Supreme Court clarifies arbitration bias in Deepwater Horizon Chubb ruling

Deepwater Horizon rig in flames

The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal in the case of Halliburton v Chubb Bermuda Insurance, ruling in favour of the insurer on an arbitration issue in a Deepwater Horizon case.

The appeal relates to the liability insurance arbitration, which arose after the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. The explosion killed 11 people and resulted in

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ABI insists fire safety scheme is temporary

Mervyn Skeet, the Association of British Insurers’ director of general insurance, has outlined how the trade body will ensure the Fire Safety Reinsurance Scheme will only last three to five years, and how it will should end criticism of brokers earning commission for arranging cover.

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