The Liability Regimes Project at The Geneva Association conducts research and analyses under the aegis of the Risk Management programme.


The Social and Insurance Implications of the New China Tort Law by Richard Murray (November 2012)
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Climate Liability Risk: Will it be the Next Chapter in the Global “Blame Game?” by Richard Murry (May 2012)
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The lasting Impact of the World Trade Centre insurance litigation by Richard Murray (September 2011)
in The Geneva Reports No 4: September 11—Ten Years On - Lasting impact on the world of risk and insurance (pp. 71-75)
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The U.S. Supreme Court Speaks on Liability for Climate Change: But What Did it Say and Will it Have Implications Elsewhere? by Richard Murray (June 2011)
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Why Insurers Should Focus on Climate Risk by Lindene Patton (June 2011)
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Insurance Law and Economics & Regulation and Financial Stability, Special Issue of the The Geneva Papers, Vol. 29 (2) (April 2004)
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The Geneva Association has published a number of publications, articles and special contributions on the topic of liability. Please do not hesitate to visit our resource centre where you may refine your search.


Other topic dossiers: Financial Stability, Climate Risk, Global Ageing, Social and Economic Value of Insurance.

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