In September, 2010, Instituto Nacional de Seguros filed an amended complaint against two reinsurance brokers (Hemispheric Reinsurance and Howden Insurance) alleging breach of contract, negligence, and breach of fiduciary duty, alleging that the two brokers failed to provide reinsurance slips and other requested information, and when finally forced to do so, the documents revealed significant brokerage overcharges. Howden subsequently filed a motion to dismiss. A Florida state court General Magistrate has recommended the denial of the motion, finding that INS did not impermissibly commingle separate and distinct claims in a single count. Instituto Nacional De Seguros v. Hemispheric Reinsurance Group, LLC, Case No. 10-33653 (Fla. Cir. Ct. Dec. 13, 2010).