The British Insurance Law Association (BILA) Book Prize for 2013 was awarded to Research Handbook on International Insurance Law and Regulation (eds Burling and Lazarus).
Commercial analysis: With the courts now in full flow, we asked senior members of the top commercial sets to discuss two cases from 2012 that caught their eye. In the first part of this mini series, Fountain Court’s Raymond Cox QC discusses piercing the corporate veil and jurisdiction in arbitration.
Raymond Cox QC contributed the chapter ‘Choice of Law New York and English Approaches to Insurance and Reinsurance Contracts‘.
BILA is a unique organisation, its membership being drawn from insurers, insurance brokers and other intermediaries, academic lawyers, solicitors and barristers. In addition to UK members, there are many from all over the world. BILA is not only a domestic organisation, it is also the British Chapter of Association Internationale de Droit des Assurances (AIDA) and is an active participant in all the activities of AIDA including its quadrennial world congress.
Each year BILA awards a prize to a book published on insurance.
Also see: Insurance / Reinsurance