On September 24, 2012, we reported on the denial of summary judgment in a lawsuit brought by an acquirer of a reinsurer against the former parent company of the reinsurer, for an alleged $13 million intentional understatement of case reserves in connection with reinsurance of airplanes involved in the 9/11 attacks. The dispute surrounded the reinsurer’s setting of its reserves based on one “terrorism” event, rather than a higher liability for two “hijacking” attacks, despite the fact that the cedents and brokers treated the loss as two attacks. The court denied the parties’ cross-motions for summary judgment, holding that factual questions existed as to whether the reinsurer’s alleged fraud constitutes a “loss” under the under the relevant stock purchase agreement and, if so, whether the “loss” was caused by the reinsurer’s misrepresentations. The parties recently filed a joint stipulation of undisputed facts wherein the parties set forth agreed facts relating to the reinsurance industry and details of their dispute, including that the reinsurer’s case reserves at the time of acquisition totaled over $12 million, and that the reinsurer has thus far received and paid claims totaling approximately $9.66 million. WT Holdings, Inc. v. Argonaut Group, Inc., Index No. 600925/2009 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Oct. 26, 2012).