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:
- Scheme to Avoid Capital Gains Taxes Through Insurance Policies With
Return of Premium Riders Leads to Criminal Conviction
- Court Denies Claim by Cedent Against Reinsurer’s Managing General
Agent, Acknowledges Viability of Verbal Gentleman’s Agreement
- General Statute of Limitations Governs Suit Against Reinsurer
Broker Acted on Behalf of Insured, Not Insurer; No Breach by Insurer
Where Insured’s Disclosure Statement Did Not Disclose Potential
Claims of Employee Benefit Plan Members
- New York’s First Department Rejects Well-Established Precedent on
- Court Follows ‘Follow-The-Fortunes,’ Upholds $420 Million Judgment
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