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Issue #7, October 2008
A federal judge has confirmed an award rendered against a captive reinsurer, ordering it to pay nearly $2.8 million to Insurance Company of North America
A federal judge has stayed a dispute over whether a 2006 commutation agreement terminated certain facultative reinsurance contracts
A federal judge has ordered Ramona Tire Inc.'s offshore captive to pay Frontier Insurance Co.'s rehabilitator $669,478
A federal judge has ruled that the lack of a cut-through clause in a reinsurance contract prevents a policyholder from bringing claims against a reinsurer
In a $1.7 million dispute involving asbestos and pollution losses, retrocessionaires have asked a federal judge to confirm an arbitration award
Lyndon Property Insurance Co. has asked a federal judge to confirm a confidential arbitration award against its reinsurer
Illinois Union Insurance Co. asserts in a recent appellate brief that a federal magistrate judge improperly barred the law firm of Crowell & Moring
National Indemnity Co. has asked a federal judge to refuse to send reinsurers' rescission claims to arbitration, arguing that the claims were already arbitrated
A federal magistrate judge has ordered TIG Insurance Co. to release 256 documents to AIU Insurance Co. in a $12.3 million action
National Indemnity Co. is urging a federal judge to allow breach of fiduciary duty claims to proceed against the owners of Seaton Insurance Co.