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Issue #12, March 2009
A federal judge has struck affirmative defenses filed by AIG in response to a $1 billion lawsuit accusing it of underreporting workers' compensation premiums
Two reinsurers have moved to transfer to a Pennsylvania federal court a $1.33 million reinsurance dispute filed by TIG Insurance Co.
Dukes Place Holdings L.P. asserts that counterclaims accusing National Indemnity Co. of fraud are not barred by <i>res judicata</i> because
A judge has ruled that a $2 million arbitration award should set forth the retrocessional liability of each defendant London Market Reinsurer
A Texas federal judge has dismissed a $45 million coverage action, allowing Huntsman Corp., its captive insurer and several reinsurers to
A federal judge has approved a $62 million settlement agreement that resolves brokerage antitrust class action claims brought against
Members of a windstorm coverage association have standing to bring breach of fiduciary claims against the association's board
Issue #11, February 2009
Stockholder's claims against certain former directors and employees of AIG and auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers were dismissed by
Kerns Frost & Pearlman has named <b>Mark A. Kreger</b> as a partner and co-head of its Chicago reinsurance practice
An automobile insurer has moved for summary judgment against the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association, asserting that MCCA is obligated