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RPC
TOWER BRIDGE HOUSE
ST KATHARINE'S WAY
LONDON
E1W 1AA
England
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Position

Lucy Dyson is a partner and insurance and reinsurance lawyer who specialises in complex casualty (re)insurance coverage and litigation.

She routinely advises insurers on domestic and international losses under public, products and pollution liability covers, including primary and excess/umbrella liability, PCA94/86, CGLs and the Bermuda Form.

Her practice particularly involves advising on losses in the energy, mining, manufacturing, infrastructure and hospitality sectors. This includes high severity events (explosions, spillages, fires), catastrophic injuries/fatalities, product liability and long tail exposures, including occupational illness and pollution.

She has significant experience advising on multi-jurisdictional claims, particularly in Latin America, the Caribbean, the USA and Africa.  Lucy also speaks Spanish.

In addition, she advises on policy wordings issues and product recall matters (including consumer goods, food and beverage and pharmaceutical).

Lawyer Rankings

London > Insurance > Insurance and reinsurance litigation

(Next Generation Partners)

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RPC has a well-earned reputation in financial, liability and professional lines, property, power generation, energy and marine insurance and reinsurance lines. Continuing to bolster its bench strength, the firm recently recruited Mike Newham from Mayer Brown International LLP to bolster its coverage practice and on regulatory investigations against professionals. Global department head Simon Laird and James Wickes represent financial institutions, with Wickes being one of London’s leading specialists on W&I claims. Property specialist Victoria Sherratt and onshore/offshore energy, power and heavy industry insurance risks partners Leigh Williams and Gary Walkling, are also highly recommended. For political risk, Naomi Vary is the lead, and Lucy Dyson is noted for casualty exposures in the US, Caribbean and Latin America.