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Jorden Burt LLP | USA | 19 Apr 2011

New York high court holds choice of law should be employed for each policy in Midland Insurance liquidation proceedings

On March 17, 2010 we reported on the decision of a New York intermediate appellate court to apply New York law to disallowed claims under insurance policies issued by Midland Insurance Company, an insolvent multiline insurer placed into liquidation in New York.

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Morgan Lewis | USA | 19 Apr 2011

New York’s highest court requires policyholder-specific choice-of-law analysis by insurers in liquidation

The New York Court of Appeals decision on April 5, in the Midland Insurance Company liquidation (In re Liquidation of Midland Insurance Company1) is an important affirmation of policyholder rights.

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Norton Rose Fulbright LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Nov 2009

Parent company guarantees: choice of law

In the following case the court had to consider a claim under a guarantee and whether the English or Irish courts had jurisdiction to hear the claim.

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Fenwick Elliott Solicitors | United Kingdom | 1 Oct 2009

Guarantees - choice of law and courts

Marine was engaged by the UK arm of Pierse to perform piling work at the new ferry terminal being constructed at the Port of Belfast.

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Reed Smith LLP | United Kingdom | 31 Mar 2009

Contract of indemnityguarantee

In Associated British Ports (A company created by statute) v Ferryways NV Butterworths Law Direct 23.3.09 in January 2000, the first Defendant ferry service provider entered into an agreement with the Claimant port operator.

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