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A French perspective on the impact of climate change on the construction sector and construction law
According to the French Federation of Insurance, the cumulative costs of damage relating to storms, severe winds, drought, floods and marine flooding in the period to 2040 will increase by 90% in constant euros compared to the previous 25 years (1988-2013).
Kennedys' medical malpractice specialists from Australia, Hong Kong, Spain, France and Ireland discuss the keys issues and developments currently impacting on the claims they are handling, and those that they envisage for 2020 in their jurisdictions.
Case review 15/04/2019
French Supreme Court enshrines new extraordinary circumstance - is this indicative of a softer approach to claims against airlines?
The Cour de cassation recently held that the air carrier is exempted from paying compensation under Regulation EC261/2004 (the Regulation), where the aircraft has been struck by lightning, setting it apart from the English interpretation of this event.
We are pleased to announce that we have strengthened our global footprint, and insurance practice, with the opening of new offices in Thailand and France.