"Lloyd’s in the United States," Ch. 80, New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition August 2016 2016
Partners in Goldberg Segalla’s Global Insurance Services Practice Group authored Chapter 80 of the New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition — bringing the firm’s roster of contributors to this leading insurance law treatise above 10.
Daniel W. Gerber, co-chair of the Global Insurance Services team, along with Jeffrey L. Kingsley and Frederick J. Pomerantz authored “Lloyd’s in the United States,” a chapter that highlights important aspects of the regulatory and litigation environment in the United States where Lloyd’s and its members are concerned.
Regulatory areas covered by the chapter include the regulation of excess and surplus lines; regulation of reinsurance; and anti-corruption, anti-money-laundering, and sanctions regulations. Concerning litigation involving Lloyd’s in the United States, it addresses a number of critical aspects, including differences between state and federal litigation in the decentralized U.S. judiciary system, accurately naming Lloyd’s as a party, attorney-client privilege considerations, discovery obligations, and much more.
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- “Lloyd’s in the United States,” Ch. 80, New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition, 2016