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Issue #23, February 2010
A federal judge has compelled Trustmark Insurance Co. to arbitrate a reinsurance contract dispute with Clarendon National Insurance Co. and
A New York appellate court has ruled that New York law must be applied to the analysis of policyholders' denied claims in the liquidation of Midland Insurance
A New Jersey federal judge has allowed the guarantors of a reinsurance contract to use court-frozen funds to pay attorney fees
A federal judge has refused to reconsider his decision to remand a dispute between the liquidator of Midland Insurance Co. and a Serbian reinsurance company
Trustmark Insurance Co. and John Hancock Life Insurance Co. have been enjoined from arbitrating a reinsurance contract dispute before
The 9th Circuit recently approved an unusual process in which an arbitration panel hired its own experts, met with them privately, and then allowed
The purpose of this article is to examine a recent unreasoned award found to be irrational by a federal district court
Issue #22, January 2010
In a newly filed suit, Munich Reinsurance America Inc. is demanding $4.3 million in retrocessional proceeds from American National Insurance Co.
A Pennsylvania federal judge has denied Century Indemnity Co.'s motion to quantify a 2007 arbitration award rendered against AXA Belgium SA
A Connecticut federal judge has granted Westport Insurance Corp.'s motion for judgment on the pleadings, ruling that it is not obligated to