||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 203 (Oct)
||Christopher Symons QC and Peter Cranfield (instructed by Decherts) for the claimants.
||Nicholas Strauss QC and Andrew Lenon (instructed by Davies Arnold Cooper) for the defendants.
||Andrew Burns (instructed by CMS Cameron McKenna) for the intervening parties.
||15 October 2002
Insurance - Insurance contract - Clause - Construction - Definition of single event or occurrence in insurance policy.
The court gave judgment in favour of the defendants on a preliminary issue in a dispute between insured and insurers where the issue was whether the claimants' failure to train its staff properly, resulting in them mis-selling pensions and incurring liability, constituted a single occurrence for the liability limitation in the policy.
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