Orient Express named as "main battleground" ahead of BI test case Supreme Court hearing

Supreme Court

The Orient Express case has been identified as a “main battleground” when the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case is heard in the Supreme Court.

At a virtual roundtable hosted by the Forum of Insurance Lawyers, Sarah Prager and Richard Collier, barristers at 1 Chancery Lane, stated that some of the judges hearing the case, which starts on Monday, were also involved in the Orient Express case in 2010.

The insurers involved in the test case have been relying on this

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