17th March 2021

In a recent article written for LexisNexis UK PSL Insurance & Reinsurance, Martyn Naylor looks at the recent High Court decision in Rockliffe Hall v Travelers Insurance.

One of the many topical insurance issues left unresolved by the recent Supreme Court ‘test case’ on business interruption insurance is whether there was cover for losses arising from the COVID-19 pandemic under a policy with a ‘closed list’ disease clause. In this article, Martyn looks at whether COVID-19 falls under the definition of ‘Plague’ in a closed list of diseases in a business interruption insurance policy.

The full article is available to read on LexisNexis PSL.

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