We reported earlier on decisions rendered on the parties’ cross motions for summary judgment in an action brought by reinsurer Munich Re against retrocessionaire ANICO relating to retrocessional cover issued by ANICO to Munich Re in connection with Munich Re’s reinsurance of an Everest National workers’ compensation program. The federal court has reconsidered two of its summary judgment decisions and affirmed one and reversed one of its prior rulings. The court affirmed that ANICO had failed to present sufficient evidence to create a genuine issue of material fact as to whether Munich Re’s late notice of claims prejudiced ANICO by affecting ANICO’s decision to commute liabilities to Max Re. The court, however, reversed itself by holding that ANICO had established that sunset provisions in the Munich Re-ANICO agreements precluded certain claims submitted after December 31, 2007 and that there were genuine issues of material fact regarding whether claims submitted after December 31, 2008 were similarly barred. Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. v. American National Insurance Co., Case No. 09-6435 (USDC Mar. 28, 2013).