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18th March, 2015

Kirsty McKinlay acts successfully for Defendant Insurer

Kirsty McKinlay acts successfully for the Defendant Insurer in an appeal heard in the High Court arising out of the Claimant’s challenge to a recorder’s decision at trial. The case raises interesting points in relation to adverse inferences and the pleading of strict proof defences in light of the decision in the case of Hussain –v- Amin: Ahmed –v- Lalik & Co-operative Insurance Society Limited [2015] EWHC 651 (QB)



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