Waivers of subrogation in Aviation - MelbourneNov 2016 |
In this presentation, the Aviation Team looks at the increasing trend of waiver of subrogation expectations in commercial aviation contracts and their knock-on effects in corresponding aviation insurance policies.
- The mechanics of subrogation and how that right (or risk depending on your perspective) can be managed between parties.
- Key aviation case summaries dealing with this issue.
- A breakdown of subrogation clauses commonly seen in aviation contracts.
While subrogation waivers can sometimes look the same, they often have different trigger points or scope of application. They may be at cross purposes with an insurer’s interests and this presentation will also discuss the ramifications of a waiver agreed without the insurer’s consent, and a hull insurer’s right of subrogation against another insured on the same policy.
Thursday 10 November 2016, 5.00pm for 5.15pm start
Saxons Training Facilities
500 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Followed by drinks and canapés from 7.00pm
to Brittany Gough by 4 November 2016
Phone | 07 3000 8329
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