We previously reported in a June 25, 2010 post on a lawsuit brought by plaintiff American Insurance Group, Inc., and its affiliates and subsidiaries, alleging underreporting of worker compensation premiums to the the National Worker’s Compensation Reinsurance Pool. That post discussed the court’s order on motions to dismiss brought by the defendants. The court has now ruled on a motion to reconsider the earlier order, granting the motion in part and denying it in part. Specifically, the court agreed with the Pool that the court was mistaken when it concluded that the Pool became the National Workers Compensation Reinsurance Association. The court affirmed, however, that the Pool has the capacity to be sued, since the Pool qualified as a voluntary unincorporated association that may sue or be sued in its own name. American International Group, Inc. v. Ace INA Holdings, Inc., Case No. 07 CV 2898 (USDC N.D. Ill. Sept. 16, 2010).