This first edition canvasses recent developments relating to third party beneficiaries under insurance contracts, spoliation of evidence and the enforceability of English language policies in Quebec. This issue also contains articles and case commentaries of topical interest on such matters as the maintenance of solicitor-client and litigation privilege in claim investigations, recent restrictions on the ability of governments to utilize the "policy" defence, and relief from forfeiture on a life insurance policy. This edition’s U.K. Corner takes a look back at developments in the insurance industry in 1999.

type Canadian Insurance Law - Summer 2000