Reinsurance Review - February 2012

Reinsurance Review - February 2012

February 6, 2012

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
    Coverage Notices
  • Court Follows ‘Follow-The-Fortunes,’ Upholds $420 Million Judgment
    Against Reinsurers

Download the February 2012 Reinsurance Review here.