The Court of Appeal has very recently handed down judgment in Lord Bishop of Leeds & Others v Dixon Coles & Gill.  The case concerns the ability of an insurer to aggregate claims of different clients who have had monies misappropriated by a dishonest solicitor pursuant to clause 2.5(a)(ii) of the Minimum Terms & Conditions, which allows for claims to be aggregated if they arise from a “series of related acts or omissions”.   Sam Moore has prepared a note on the case which is available here.

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