Reinsurance & Arbitration
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Issue #22, January 2010
Being in the insurance business involves a number of perils that the captive owners may not have appreciated entirely when the captive was formed
Issue #21, December 2009
Under Texas law, stop-loss policies sold to self-funded employee benefit plans are "reinsurance" and the self-funded plans are "insurers"
A broadly-worded arbitration clause requires the parties to a reinsurance contract to arbitrate a dispute regarding their rights and liabilities under the
A federal judge has denied Swiss Reinsurance Corp.'s motion to dismiss breach of contract and bad faith claims brought by an insured seeking coverage for
An appellate court has clarified a previous order in which it ruled that the scope of a cedent's waiver of attorney-client and work product privileges will not
AXA Belgium S.A. has asked a federal judge to compel Century Indemnity Co. to arbitrate the issue of whether AXA may set off sums it owes Century
A federal judge has remanded an unpaid premium action brought by Granite Reinsurance Company Ltd. against the liquidator of American Growers Insurance Co.
A federal judge has confirmed an arbitration award stating that the liquidator of American Integrity Insurance Co. cannot recover $8.9 million in billings
A federal judge has remanded a dispute between the liquidator of Midland Insurance Co. and a Serbian reinsurance company, ruling that the service-of-suit clause
New developments provide an opportunity to examine what is available to help parties regain confidence and consider what remains to be done