Ling joined Weightmans in 2008 and is a partner in the London market insurance & reinsurance team. Before that, she was a partner in the London (Re)insurance team of DLA Piper; and at Barlow Lyde & Gilbert.
Ling specialises in insurance and reinsurance litigation with particular focus on coverage disputes and advice. Since qualifying in 1993, Ling has been involved in a wide range of insurance and facultative/treaty/retrocession reinsurance matters.
Much of her work is complex and apart from the UK, she has been involved in claims from worldwide jurisdictions including the US, Canada, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Belize, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Belgium, Ireland, Netherlands, France, Italy, Romania, Zambia, Malawi, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, India, Australia, Papua Indonesia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Korea.
Ling's key clients include well known Lloyd's syndicates, international London Market insurance and reinsurance companies, major European reinsurers and run-off companies.
She has been involved in a number of major disputes and high profile arbitrations, and is very experienced in mediations.
Ling is a member of the Chartered Insurance Institute/Insurance Institute of London, Lloyd's Market Association, London Business Interruption Association, OPERA, British Insurance Law Association, Association Internationale de Droit des Assurances and the City of London Law Society. She is also a member of the International Bar Association and the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel.
Ling is also certified as compliant with the Californian Fair Claims Settlement Practice Regulations.
She is recommended for insurance and reinsurance litigation in Legal 500 (2009 - 2015) and Chambers (2016).
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