Complex corporate structures and internal reinsurance relationships can complicate legacy reinsurance relationships. Larry Schiffer summarizes a recent SDNY case that dealt with one such complication in compelling arbitration. Read full article here - … [Read more...] about Who Demands Arbitration Is Key to Whether Arbitration Will Be Compelled
Locke Lord highlights recent decision on ability of arbitration panel to retain jurisdiction to resolve any dispute arising out of an arbitration award. Continue reading here - https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/it-s-not-over-until-the-panel-sings-41283/ … [Read more...] about It’s Not Over … Until The Panel Sings
Larry Schiffer of Squire Patton Boggs blogs about noteworthy decision on discovery of reinsurance information in lawsuit against National Football League. There are lots of cases discussing the production of reinsurance contracts and reinsurance communications in insurance coverage disputes. Generally, the answer depends on the specific facts of the case. … [Read more...] about Is Reinsurance Information Relevant In an Insurance Coverage Case?
Ask two reinsurance experts to define the parameters and limitations of Follow the Fortunes (“FTF”) and you will, undoubtedly, receive two different responses. Provide these experts with a fact pattern and ask whether FTF applies, and you are still likely to receive inconsistent answers. It hardly matters whether the experts have more experience on the ceded or … [Read more...] about The Edges of Follow the Fortunes