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Ramifications of Global Re v. Century Indemnity Evident in Second Circuit

USA - September 30 2018 In late 2017, the New York Court of Appeals, in Global Reinsurance Corp. of Am. v. Century Indemn. Co., 30 N.Y.3d 508 (2017), provided guidance to the...


What Happens When a Policyholder Settles Without Involving Its Insurer?

USA - September 30 2018 Nobody likes to get sued. When a lawsuit or a demand letter comes in, the first thing that crosses the mind of the party being sued (or claimed...


Reinsurance Newsletter - September 2018

USA - September 4 2018 Vacating an arbitration award has always been tough. The Federal Arbitration Act only has limited bases to seek vacatur. One of those bases is when...

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Court Allows Damages for Reinsurance Payments Under Equitable Subrogation

USA - July 13 2018 In a recent case, a New York federal court in one of the September 11, 2001 lawsuits against Al Qaeda granted plaintiff insurance carriers’ motion...


Vacating an Arbitration Award for Evident Partiality Just Got Harder

USA - June 8 2018 Vacating an arbitration award has always been tough. The Federal Arbitration Act only has limited bases to seek vacatur. One of those bases is when...