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Issue #19, October 2009
A federal judge has ordered arbitration of a dispute over a settlement involving shareholders' obligations to provide additional collateral for
A federal judge has thwarted a reinsurance broker's efforts to prevent TIG Insurance Co. from proceeding with a California lawsuit arising out of a
The 3rd Circuit approved the class settlement of certain consolidated cases of the consolidated insurance brokerage antitrust litigation arising from
Arbitrators did not exceed their authority in ordering Argonaut Insurance Co. to pay attorneys' fees incurred by Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's London
Issue #18, September 2009
A proof of claim filed with the receiver of Transit Casualty Co. by J.C. Penney Life Insurance Co. is a Class 5 general creditor claim
The liquidator of The Home Insurance Co. has sued North Star Reinsurance Corp. in federal court, seeking $2.2 million in reinsurance proceeds
A federal judge has refused to dismiss cross-claims brought against a reinsurer that seek contribution toward an $11.5 million settlement
A ruling that Converium Reinsurance (North America) Inc. is liable to Princeton Insurance Co. for $1.7 million under a reinsurance treaty has been vacated
Two hospitals may seek payment of medical malpractice claims directly from the reinsurer of a now-insolvent fronting company because the reinsurer
A settlement of reinsurance obligations reached between the receiver of Highlands Insurance Co. and Eagle Star Insurance Company Ltd.