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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...


Is a Failure to Disclaim Coverage an Unfair Claim Settlement Practice for a Risk Retention Group?

USA - June 4 2018 The application of New York Insurance Law 3420(d)(2), which requires notice of disclaimer as soon as reasonably possible under a liability policy...


June 2018 Reinsurance Newsletter

USA - May 31 2018 The highly anticipated “shoe” has dropped and the Second Circuit has remanded this Bellefonte dispute back to the district court to review the...


State Anti-Arbitration Statutes, the New York Convention and the McCarran-Ferguson Act

USA - May 8 2018 Arbitration provisions in insurance or reinsurance contracts periodically are challenged based on state anti-arbitration statutes. Often, when non-US...


Interplay Between Reinsurance and Self-Insured Workers’ Compensation

USA - May 7 2018 There is a somewhat complicated statutory scheme in many states concerning an employer’s ability to self-insure its workers’ compensation obligations...