References:  EWHC Admin 291
Jurisdiction: England and Wales
This case cites:
- See Also – Sphere Drake Insurance Plc and Another v Orion Insurance Company Plc ComC 11-Feb-1999 (,  EWHC 286 (Comm))
ComC Multi-party run-off agreement made in 1975 to govern parties’ contributions towards run-off based on estimates of likely claims- asbestos-related claims led to final liabilities being vastly greater than . .
- Cited – Seabord Offshore Ltd v Secretary of State for Transport (The Safe Carrier) HL 25-Mar-1994 (Independent 24-Mar-94, Gazette 11-May-94, Times 25-Mar-94,  2 All ER 99,  1 WLR 541)
The House was asked whether a ship manager was legally responsible for the acts of the ship’s chief engineer under s31(1) of the Merchant Shipping Act 1988, which imposed a duty on the manager to take all reasonable steps to secure that the ship was . .
This case is cited by:
- Appeal from – Odyssey Re (London) Limited and Alexander Howden Holdings Limited v OIC Run-Off Limited (Formerly Orion Insurance Company Plc) CA 13-Mar-2000 (Times 17-Mar-00, Gazette 30-Mar-00, ,  EWCA Civ 71)
There had been litigation between the two companies previously. The general manager and director had given evidence which was accepted by the judge and again on appeal. After his death and in other proceedings it became clear that he had perjured . .
These lists may be incomplete.
Last Update: 22 September 2020; Ref: scu.140105