Paul Wordley Continues as our Exclusively Endorsed Insurance Law expert in the United Kingdom

Leaders in Law, the leading platform in its field, is delighted to confirm Paul Wordley will continue as our exclusively recommended & endorsed Insurance Law expert in the United Kingdom.

Paul Wordley is one of the founding partners of the Wordley Partnership, having been a partner in a major international law firm where he was Global Head of Insurance & Reinsurance and a member of the Management and Strategy Boards, respectively.

Paul’s expertise is geared towards advisory, complex claims, dispute resolution and coverage issues in the international Insurance and Reinsurance markets. He acts for policyholders, insurers, brokers, intermediaries, and reinsurers. His industry sector areas of expertise are in financial risks, industrial risks, commodities, technology, natural resources and sports / leisure. He has advised on high-profile supply chain failures and Insurance / Reinsurance claims around the world.

Paul has been involved in a number of high-profile international Insurance and Reinsurance claims over the last four decades and also regularly advises international clients on risk transfer, risk management and complex claims. He has significant mediation experience having represented clients in several successful multi-million-dollar mediations. Most recently Paul has advised on a number of high-profile Insurance claims including Covid BI, planes detained by the Russian Federation and sports event cancellation.

Paul is a recognised International Arbitration specialist and has advised on or conducted numerous arbitrations pursuant to ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL, ICSID, SCC, LMAA and ad hoc arbitration regimes.

Paul has been consistently recognised and recommended by expert legal directories as ‘exceptional’ and has become a thought leader in the natural resources insurance sector. He is a founder member and director of the Mining Insurance Risk Association. He was a member of the Law Society Indemnity Task Force which oversaw the ending of the Solicitors Indemnity Fund monopoly and the introduction of commercial insurance to solicitors’ PI.