Appeal court rules silk is qualified to hear reinsurance dispute
The Court of Appeal in London has reinstated the appointment of a British QC as arbitrator in a reinsurance dispute relating to the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center, overturning a lower court decision that found he lacked the necessary experience.
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