STORY FROM: Reinsurance & Arbitration

Arbitrators Should Decide Whether Pool Must Participate in Arbitration, Federal Insurance Argues

NEW YORK — Arbitrators, not the court, should decide whether the members of a reinsurance pool must participate in an arbitration of a $3.85 million dispute involving underlying workers’ compensation losses, Federal Insurance Co. contends in a recent court brief.

In a Jan. 25 brief in support of its petition to compel arbitration, Federal clarifies that it is not arguing that the pool should be a “party” to the arbitration; rather, the pool should participate in the proceeding, “whether as a witness or documents or as hearing attendees.” The brief was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern ...

Associated Law Firms
Day Pitney
Schiff Hardin

Associated Documents

Registered User Login



Related Conferences

No conferences scheduled at this time.

Full Archives