The plaintiff in a personal injury suit arising from an automobile accident amended his petition to add Lloyd’s of London to a state court suit initially brought against the alleged tortfeasor and the tortfeasor’s primary insurer (Lloyd’s cedent). Lloyd’s removed the suit to federal court under the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, and sought dismissal based on the arbitration provisions of its contract with the insurer. The plaintiff did not oppose the dismissal, so long as it was without prejudice, and moved to remand the case back to state court. The court granted Lloyd’s motion to dismiss without prejudice and granted plaintiff’s motion to remand. Rossignol v. Tillman, Case No. 10-3044 (USDC E.D. La. June 17, 2011).