Top insurance lawyers at XL Catlin seminar

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  • Gavin Kealey QC

    Gavin Kealey QC

  • Mina Matin

    Mina Matin

XL Catlin and international law firm Norton Rose Fulbright will host a seminar to discuss significant aspects of the Bermuda Form and Excess Layer insurance coverage.

Gavin Kealey QC, and Mina Matin, senior counsel at Norton Rose Fulbright, will lead the presentation at XL Catlin’s offices on September 20.

The seminar will include a discussion of the hazards of permissive notices of occurrence and claims co-operation clauses, among other topics. It will be followed by an open-air jazz cocktail reception.

The seminar is invitation only, starting at 4.30pm.

Mr Kealey is head of 7 King’s Bench Walk, which is ranked by the Chambers UK Bar guide and the Legal 500 UK among the leading chambers for insurance, shipping and commercial litigation at the London Bar.

Ms Matin is dually qualified as a solicitor and barrister in England and Wales, as well as a member of the Bermuda, California and New York Bars. She is ranked as a recognised practitioner in insurance, New York, Chambers & Partners USA 2017.

Norton Rose Fulbright is a global law firm with more than 4,000 lawyers and other legal staff based in 59 offices around the world. The firm advises clients in Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.

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Published Sep 15, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated Sep 14, 2017 at 10:53 pm)

Top insurance lawyers at XL Catlin seminar

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