Insurers accused of ‘dragging feet’ as extra FCA BI September trial dates mooted

High Court London

Insurers have continued to go against the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) intention to use the Cambridge Analysis as evidence in the business interruption test case.

The Cambridge Analysis is relied upon by the government and Public Health England in determining the rate of infection.

At a case management conference (CMC) on Friday 26 June, the eight insurers involved in the case opposed the use of the analysis because they have not been able to find an expert of their own.

It is likely

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