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Arbitration Prevails in Coverage Dispute

In a recent coverage dispute, an Indiana federal court addressed a two-pronged issue.  First, in the case of a multi-tiered ADR clause, who decides whether the dispute should be conducted under the arbitration section of the clause?  Second, where there are several arbitration clauses, who decides which one prevails?  You’ll have to read more to … Continue Reading

Who Decides Whether a Reinsurer Is a Run-off Reinsurer?

In the past 10 years or so, several ceding companies began adding run-off reinsurer clauses to their reinsurance contracts to mitigate disputes that might arise with reinsurers no longer actively in business.  In a recent case, a Georgia federal court had to address whether it or an arbitration panel should determine whether the reinsurer was, … Continue Reading

New Arbitrability Decision from the Supreme Court

A new arbitration decision was handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court on January 8, 2019.  My colleagues in our labor and employment practice swiftly blogged about the new decision so I won’t repeat their cogent analysis. The case has nothing to do with insurance or reinsurance. But the principles set forth by Justice Kavanaugh … Continue Reading
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