Nathan Hull joined the firm as a trainee in September 2005, qualifying into the insurance/reinsurance litigation team in October 2007. He focuses on all types of insurance and reinsurance. Nathan's experience includes insurance coverage disputes (including casualty, healthcare, product liability, political risks, D&O and property), reinsurance disputes, disputes involving captives, and arbitration, commercial court and chancery division litigation. Nathan appears in the 2010 edition of The Legal 500 (UK) and is described as a "responsive, knowledgeable and persistent litigator".
Nathan's notable experience includes acting in:
- Several Bermuda Form arbitrations concerning insurance coverage for catastrophic healthcare and product liabilities. These disputes have concerned New York law and also other US state laws.
- Arbitrations concerning excess of loss, quota share and surplus reinsurance treaties, involving parties in the US, France and Bermuda.
- High Court (Chancery Division) proceedings involving eight parties in various jurisdictions concerning the parties' deposits of Funds at Lloyd's in support of the underwriting obligations of a Lloyd's corporate member.
- Commercial Court proceedings concerning the construction of the rules of an insurance mutual.
- Disputes and commercial matters during a secondment to the in-house legal group of one of the firm's major commercial clients.
Before Edwards Wildman
Nathan graduated from Manchester University in 2003 with a degree in Law (LLB (Hons)) and in 2004 with a Masters in International Politics. He undertook his LPC at the College of Law, London in 2004/5.
Besides Edwards Wildman
Nathan plays 5-aside football. He also plays squash and regularly skis.
Nathan enjoys socialising and travel and has a keen interest in international politics and current affairs.