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Issue #3, June 2008
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
North Star Reinsurance Corp. seeks confirmation of an arbitration award issued against Harel Insurance Co.
Under California law, reinsurers who misapply exclusions and fail to properly investigate claims can be held liable for bad faith in tort, a cedent argues
<b>Edward K. Lenci</b>, a partner with Hinshaw & Culbertson in New York, shaved his head to raise more than $2,500 for childhood cancer research.
In a newly filed suit, Lincoln General Insurance Co. seeks a ruling that it has no remaining obligations under a treaty that terminated in January 2005
Robert E. Wilder and Sarah E. Rouse discuss an English Court of Appeal decision that has ''potentially major ramifications for reinsurers.''
Robert M. Hall discusses exceptions to the nonsignatory rule in the context of arbitration clauses