Spring 2019 • Law 610 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Karsten Rasmussen
This course will examine the relationship between various strategies, and the law that has developed to regulate both the insured and the insurer. We will review the basic concept of Contract law, which provides the underpinning of insurance law. We will also discuss other basic concepts such as binders, risk, and secondary insurance markets.
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