Parties in $8.6 Million Reinsurance Arbitration in Process of Selecting Umpire

The parties in a dispute over $8.6 million in reinsurance for losses sustained by a date farm following an electrical power outage have selected their party arbitrators and are in the process of selecting an umpire, according to a recent filing in California federal court.

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