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CHAPTER 12 AFTER-THE-EVENT INSURANCE

Insurance Disputes


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AFTER-THE-EVENT INSURANCE

KERRY UNDERWOOD

1. COMPARISON WITH BEFORE-THE-EVENT INSURANCE

12.1 After-the-event insurance is a misnomer as the event being insured is the outcome of the litigation and that is a future event and not a past event. However, the term is in common usage amongst the legal profession and in courts and is used to distinguish after-the-event insurance (ATE) from before-the-event insurance (BTE).

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