Reinsurance Review - May/June 2013 (English & French Versions Available) May 20, 2013
Goldberg Segalla’s Reinsurance Review provides timely summaries of and access to the latest reinsurance law developments worldwide, and is distributed monthly via email.
In this month's edition:
- Changing Reinsurance Brokers Proves Costly to Insurer: Share of Commission on Reinsurance Placement Forfeited
- No Prejudice, No Problem: Reinsurer Not Required to Show Prejudice in Late Notice Dispute
- Service of Suit Provision Dooms Removal of Reinsurance Suit to Federal Court
- Follow the Settlements Doctrine Still Leaves Room for Reinsurer to Challenge Cedent’s Allocation of Settlements Among Underlying Policies
- Is Reinsurer Entitled to Offset? Court Says to Ask the Arbitrators, Mandates Arbitration
- Was Insurer’s Notice Proper, or May a Reinsurer Rely on Sunset Provision to Deny Coverage?
- Assignee of Cedent’s Rights May Not Compel Reinsurer to Arbitrate Dispute
- Racketeering Claim Against Reinsurer Rejected, but Corporate Veil-Piercing Claim Survives Motion to Dismiss
- To Arbitrate Or Not to Arbitrate? Cedent Precluded From Compelling Arbitration Where It Previously Opposed Arbitration Earlier in Dispute
- Rare Decision Issued: Recent English Court Decision Sheds Light on the Operation of Claims Control Clauses in Reinsurance Agreements
- News and Notes