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Ince Gordon Dadds is a member of The Law Reviews' leading panel of contributors and the team this year led by Peter Rogan as the Editor, contributed to the following topicsnbspChapter 1 - Artificial Intelligencenbsp Chapter 2 Cyber Insurancenbsp Chapter 3 Fraud Insurance Claimsnbsp Chapter 14 England and Walesnbsp Chapter 16 Germanynbsp Chapter 17 GreecenbspLooking ahead, 2019 is likely to see new developments and new legal issues In particular, the impact of insurtech on the way in which insurance is underwritten, serviced and distributed will present challenges around the world To reflect this, we have added a new chapter on artificial intelligenceI hope that you find this seventh edition of The Insurance and Reinsurance Law Review of use in seeking to understand today's legal challenges, and I would like once again to thank all the contributorsPeter Rogan, Editor

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