107/04/17「 英國保險法制革新專題演講-紐西蘭地震保險之啟示 」 列印
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週三, 21 三月 2018 10:55

風保中心國際傑出學者學術講座
【英國保險法制革新專題演講】

 

活動時間:2018年4月17日 星期二 13:30 - 16:00
活動地點:政治大學商學院6F 寶來科技廳
主辦單位:
政治大學商學院風險與保險研究中心
政治大學商學院CARDIF銀行保險研究發展中心
政治大學商學院保險業永續發展研究中心
政治大學風險管理與保險學系
協辦單位:台灣保險法學會

【報名連結】https://goo.gl/forms/Lbn5KMtzSBZLBLtl1

風保中心國際傑出學者學術講座
【英國保險法制革新專題演講】

 

時間

議程內容

13:30-14:00

報到

14:00-14:10

開幕致詞:林建智 教授 (政大商學院風險管理與保險學系)

14:10-15:40

演講題目
(a).保險契約透明性之比較研究
Transparency in Insurance Contracts: A Comparative Survey
(b).紐西蘭地震保險之啟示
Insuring against Earthquakes: Lessons from New Zealand


主要講師:Professor Rob Merkin QC
(Law School, University of Exeter)

15:40-15:50

QA

15:50-16:00

閉幕致詞

【演講摘要】

(a).保險契約透明性之比較研究
The speech will look at the way in which policyholders are protected by the provision of contract information at the outset and at the obligations of insurers to treat policyholders fairly when seeking to rely upon policy terms. Dr. Kyriaki Noussia, who is a professional in insurance law, will offer insights in these matters, while the operation of the Ombudsman will be mentioned by the Mr. Peter Tyldesley,and finally Prof. Rob Merkin QC will refer to the position in other common law countries worldwide. To be more easily acquired for audience from variable backgrounds, the speech will be kept at a relatively general level.

【演講摘要】

(b).紐西蘭地震保險之啟示
In 2010 and 2011 a series of earthquakes wrecked large parts of the City of Christchurch on the South Island of New Zealand. Seven years later, nearly one-third of the claims are unresolved and new legal issues are arising all the time. This talk will identify the cause of the problems and lessons to be learned from the experience.

 

【講者介紹】

Professor Rob Merkin QC
Law School, University of Exeter

Prof. Merkin’s academic interests are in all areas of insurance and reinsurance law, and arbitration law. Rob is the Editor of the Journal of Business Law, the Lloyd’s Law Reports, Arbitration Law Monthly and Insurance Law Monthly. From 2005 to 2011 he served as co-editor of Legal Studies, the journal of the Society of Legal Scholars. He has also edited the British Insurance Law Journal. Prof. Merkin is Honorary Professor of Law at the University of Queensland and at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Visiting Professor at the Universities of Sydney, Hong Kong and Auckland, and Special Counsel to Duncan Cotterill (New Zealand). He is past president of the British Insurance Law Association, vicepresident of the International Association of Insurance Law (AIDA) and was a consultant to the English and Scottish Law Commissions for their project on the reform of insurance law. He acted as Special Adviser to the House of Lords Special Public Bills Committee on the Insurance Bill (now Act). In 2015 he was made a QC honoris causa by the Crown. He gives regular seminars for insurance companies, brokers, insurance regulators and law firms in the UK and internationally.



Dr Kyriaki Noussia
Senior Lecturer, Law School, University of Exeter

Dr. Kyriaki Noussia is a Senior Lecturer (E&R). Prior to that (2010-2015) she has worked as a counsel in arbitrations and as an arbitrator in the areas of insurance / reinsurance law, maritime law, energy law (oil and gas), environmental law, investment law, construction law, international commercial law. Outside arbitrations, she has regularly advised legally on insurance and reinsurance law issues. In 2013 she has been a Fulbright (GreeceVisiting Research Scholar at Columbia Law School (NY, USA). Between 2007 & 2010 she has been a holder of the prestigious Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship (Hamburg, Germany). In 2004-2007 she was a C.S.E.T. Lecturer in Law (University of Birmingham, UK). Dr. Kyriaki Noussia is admitted to the Athens Bar (Greece) as a Barrister (1997 - present) She read law in Athens (Greece) and pursued postgraduate studies in Essex (UK) (LLM) and in Southampton (UK) (Ph.D).She is a member of a number of professional bodies and scientific societies. Within the International Insurance Law Association (AIDA) she sits as a member in its Presidential Council and she is also the Chair of the Working Party on General Principles of Insurance Law & the Secretary of the Working Party on Distribution of Insurance Products and Co-chairs The AIDA Europe Scientific Committee.



Mr Peter Tyldesley
Lecturer, Law School, University of Exeter

Peter was the solicitor at the English Law Commission initially responsible for its review of insurance law. After returning to academic life, he worked with consumer groups and charities to achieve the passing of the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 2012, being invited to address two All-Party Parliamentary Groups and to give written evidence to the House of Lords Special Public Bill Committee. Prior to joining the Law Commission, Peter spent time in private practice, worked in house for a number of insurers and acted as a consultant to the Insurance Ombudsman. He is general editor of Consumer Insurance Law: Disclosure, Representations and Basis of the Contract Clauses, published by Bloomsbury Professional.

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