In our 11/9/09 post, we reported on the dispute between Employers Ins. and Lloyds of London. In the most recent development, the Lloyds-parties filed a Rule 59 Motion for Reconsideration and Clarification of the District Court’s September 28th opinion and order requesting that the court declare that Wisconsin law applies to the parties’ contracts or in the alternative that irrespective of which law is applied the arbitrators are required to be impartial and disinterested. The District Court denied Lloyds’ Motion for Reconsideration finding that Lloyds had failed to demonstrate that the order and opinion was in error and that the motion at hand failed to specify relief contemplated by Rules 59 or 60. The Lloyds-parties subsequently filed a revised notice of appeal to the Seventh Circuit to include this Order, as well as ones covered by a prior Notice of Appeal. Employers Ins. Co. of Wausau v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyds of London, Case No. 09-210 (W.D. Wisc. Oct. 23; Oct. 29, 2009).