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Issue #14, May 2009
In a suit seeking millions of dollars in premiums, a federal judge has refused to dismiss alter ego and interference with contract claims brought by
Continental Casualty Co. has sued two reinsurers in federal court, demanding a total of $11,536,490 in reinsurance proceeds for
Continental Insurance Co. is not required to reimburse ACE Insurance Co. for an underlying settlement because ACE breached the
Reinsurance broker B.D. Cooke is urging a federal judge to reconsider his decision to send a $1.9 million dispute to arbitration
A state judge erred in dismissing an action filed by an unauthorized insurer against its reinsurers because the suit did not arise out of
A federal judge has sentenced former General Re Corp. executive Robert Graham to one year and one day in prison
A federal judge has refused to stay a $1.7 million dispute over whether a commutation agreement between SCOR Group and CNA
A federal judge has confirmed a $2 million arbitration award that requires a group of London Market Reinsurers to pay Clearwater Insurance Co.
Yasuda Fire & Marine Insurance Co.'s successor must comply with a final arbitration award and post a $365,539 letter of credit to secure
The author examines relevant case law to clarify whether tort damages are available to cedents claiming breach of contract against reinsurers in court