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Issue #14, May 2009
The author examines relevant case law to clarify whether tort damages are available to cedents claiming breach of contract against reinsurers in court
An arbitration panel did not exceed its authority in awarding attorney and arbitrator fees as a sanction for a party's failure to arbitrate in good
A federal judge has confirmed an arbitration award that requires Argonaut Insurance Co. to pay Global Reinsurance Corp. $2 million in retrocessional balances
A 3rd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel has ruled that it lacks jurisdiction over an appeal brought by the guarantors of a reinsurance contract
Issue #13, April 2009
A suit brought by the former owner of an offshore reinsurer against New York insurance regulators in an effort to
A New Jersey jury has returned a defense verdict in favor of Aon Corp., finding that the broker fulfilled its fiduciary duty to a reinsurer
American Heritage Life Insurance Co. is urging a federal judge to send to arbitration a state court dispute over reinsurance trust account funds
This article explores the case law concerning the sealing of arbitration awards as well as the arguments that may (or may not) persuade a court to seal.
Seaton Insurance Co. has asked a federal judge for permission to amend its complaint against Century Indemnity Co. to add three additional claims for
Material issues of fact surround the question of whether the parties to 43 facultative reinsurance contracts intended to arbitrate disputes arising from