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Issue #3, June 2008
An English justice ruled that a reinsurer is not required to seek leave of court in order to appeal a $91.4 million award
A Minnesota judge dismissed a lawsuit accusing AIG of fraudulently understating its workers' compensation premiums
Reinsurance and arbitration specialists <b>Lawrence Brandes</b> and <b>Harry Cohen</b> say they plan to leave Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft
England's highest court ruled that reinsurance assets held in the U.K. for the insolvent HIH group should be transferred to Australia
Ramona Tire Inc. wholly denied allegations that it underfunded its captive insurer in an effort to defraud Frontier Insurance Co.
Converium Re is bound to a $4.4M settlement of employer liability claims because the ultimate net loss exceeded the treaty's retention, a N.J. judge ruled
After prevailing in their effort to confirm an award, two claims adjusters are entitled to collect $335,396 in costs from Employers' Re
Issue #2, May 2008
An Indiana judge awarded $20M to small business owners who paid for phony employee benefit plans backed by an undercapitalized Belgian reinsurer
<b>Catharina Haynes</b>, a partner with Baker Botts in Dallas, has been confirmed to the 5th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
A reinsurance broker accused of causing a cedent to suffer more than $30M in damages may not appeal denial of its motion for summary judgment