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Massachusetts State Court Uses Reinsurance Contracts to Interpret Coverage Under Excess Policies

USA - September 1 2017 A Massachusetts state court awarded summary judgment in favor of a Medical Center, its captive insurer and the claims administrator who signed a...

Larry P. Schiffer, Joe Jones, Kelly Mihocik, Patricia Hatler, Doug Anderson.


Illinois federal court fails to find genuine issue of bad faith in indemnity reinsurance transaction

USA - September 1 2017 An Illinois federal court granted a motion for summary judgment on the ground that the insurer's conduct in selling its retirement administration...

Larry P. Schiffer, Joe Jones, Kelly Mihocik, Patricia Hatler, Doug Anderson.


New York Federal Court appoints umpire in spite of ariasu.s. affiliation

USA - September 1 2017 A New York federal court, in a non-reinsurance case, appointed a third arbitrator consistent with the criteria mandated by the arbitration clause in...

Larry P. Schiffer, Joe Jones, Kelly Mihocik, Patricia Hatler, Doug Anderson.


Connecticut federal court confirms arbitration award as clarified

USA - September 1 2017 A Connecticut federal court had to answer the challenging question of whether confirmation of an arbitration award, as clarified, was warranted after...

Larry P. Schiffer, Joe Jones, Kelly Mihocik, Patricia Hatler, Doug Anderson.


Illinois Appellate Court Addresses Reinsurance Proceeds and the Collateral Source Rule

USA - September 1 2017 The collateral source rule is a rule that allows an injured party to recover undiminished damages from the tortfeasor even if the injured party...

Larry P. Schiffer, Joe Jones, Kelly Mihocik, Patricia Hatler, Doug Anderson.