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
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