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Issue #18, September 2009
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.
The English Privy Council ruled July 15 that New Hampshire Insurance Co. lacks standing to pursue a claim for $1.5 million in trust funds
A company run by the former chief of American International Group Inc. did not breach its duty to the insurer by selling $4.3 billion of AIG stock
A federal judge dismissed a commutation dispute between The Robert Plan Corp. and AIG, ruling that the action
A federal has ruled that the National Council on Compensation Insurance may not sue AIG for injuries suffered by members of a workers' compensation pool
Mid-Continent Casualty Co. may not amend its complaint against General Reinsurance Corp. to add a bad faith claim
Issue #17, August 2009
Two cedents have asked a court to appoint an umpire to oversee their arbitration of a dispute with Employers Insurance Company of Wausau