A New York federal court entered a stipulated judgment in favor of the plaintiff reinsurer that prevailed on its declaratory claim in a summary judgment previously ordered, which judgment capped its exposure to the dollar amount stated in the “Reinsurance Accepted” portion of the reinsurance contracts at issue.  The litigation had remained ongoing due to the cedant’s remaining counterclaims, but it agreed to forego pursuing those claims in favor of a strategy allowing it to pursue appeal of the prior summary judgment order.

Global Reinsurance Corporation of America v. Century Indemnity Company, No. 1:13-cv-6577, (USDC S.D.N.Y. June 3, 2015)