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:
- New York Court of Appeals Remands Reinsurance Follow-the-Fortunes Case
- NY Court Mandates Method For Choosing Umpire in Reinsurance Arbitration After Umpire Selection Fails
- Federal Judge Allows Insurer’s New Claims Against Reinsurer in Amended Complaint Based on Information Gained During Discovery
- Court Approves Class Action Settlement Concerning Allegedly Improper Reinsurance Scheme Relating to Captive Reinsurance Arrangement
- Court Dismisses PMI-Related Claims Against Banks and Reinsurer Due to Untimeliness and Lack of Standing
- Individuals Found Personally Liable for Fraudulent Transfer in Sale of Insurance Business
- Federal Court Requires Review of Forum Selection or Choice of Law Provisions to Determine Appropriate Venue for Reinsurance Dispute
- Federal Court Lacks Jurisdiction to Entertain Reinsurer’s Suit Seeking Disqualification of Counsel in Reinsurance Arbitration
- Asbestos – The Court of Appeal in England and Wales Clarifies an Employer’s Liability (EL) Insurer’s Obligations to its Solvent Insured
- English Court of Appeal Decides in Favour of Howden North America in Jurisdictional Battle With its Excess Insurers
- English Court Upholds Arbitral Award in Which Losses Sustained by Reinsurers Arising Out of World Trade Centre Attacks Were Caused by Two Separate Events
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