Plaintiff Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania (“INSCOP”) brought suit in New York state court against TIG, its reinsurer, alleging it breached six different facultative reinsurance agreements. TIG removed to federal court. INSCOP moved to remand, citing the service of suit clause which, though not quoted in the opinion, presumably authorized service of suit in New York. TIG argued that only some of the agreements contained the clause, but the court found there were no competing service of suit clauses for other jurisdictions, and that the absence of the clauses in some of the treaties did not overcome the presumption in favor of remand where the limits of federal court jurisdiction are at issue. Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania v. TIG Insurance Co., No. 12-CV-6651 (USDC S.D.N.Y. March 11, 2013).