Law firm looks to expand group action following BI test case outcome


Mishcon de Reya, which represented the Hospitality Insurance Group Action (HIGA) in the business interruption test case, has stated that it wants to expand its group action to include more policyholders.

The move comes after the court ruled in favour of policyholders in relation to the QBE 1 policy wording as well as the Marsh Material Damage and BI – Resilience wording, which has been used by Aviva and RSA, as well as QBE, Allianz, AIG and Zurich.

In a statement earlier this week, Mishcon de

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