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July 12, 2004

Insurance vs. the "compensation culture"

The chairman of Lloyd's speaks out, in a speech widely noted in Britain last winter (Lord Levene, "Rise of compensation culture is the real risk to insurance system", Times (U.K.), Dec. 9, 2003).

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Comparative Law



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