Peter Rudd-Clarke is a contentious insurance lawyer handling claims in product liability and casualty classes of business for London market insurers and reinsurers.
A significant amount of his workload involves defending manufacturers against product liability claims, including those in the Life Sciences sector. Peter has worked as a claims adjuster on secondment to a major international insurer's Global Casualty claims team, as well as in a general counsel role at a Lloyd's syndicate. Peter has delivered seminars to insurers and other clients on a variety of subjects including developments in Product Liability law, insurance disputes with an overseas element and coverage. Peter writes on product liability matters for industry journals and has been quoted in the Times and the insurance press discussing the risks faced by manufacturers of medical products. Peter is fluent in Spanish.
Recent articles include:
- Doctor Algorithm will see you now, Liability, Risk and Insurance, March 2015
- The Apple Watch: times are changing, RPC Life Sciences Update, April 2015
- Is wearable technology being hacked off? Insurance People, March 2015
- The dangers of 'smart' technology that lacks common sense, Reactions Magazine, February 2015
- An antidote to clinical negligence claims? RPC Life Sciences Update, December 2014
- Ebola threatens outbreak of litigation, Insurance Day, October 2014
- Scott's Parabola: how to stop your medical product from becoming the next victim, Liability Risk and Insurance, September 2014
- Handle With Care, Risk Management Professional, September 2014