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Stanford Directors And Officers Insurance Barred By Money Laundering Exclusion
Posted on 18 Oct 2010 by Jennifer Hans

HOUSTON -- (Mealey's) Insurers have proven that their policies' money laundering exclusion precludes coverage for directors and officers insureds' defense costs in underlying criminal and SEC litigation involving the alleged Stanford Ponzi... Read More

Trusted Insurance Broker Steals From Friends, Relatives and Fellow Congregants – Nine Years in Prison
Posted on 30 Nov 2011 by Barry Zalma

Walter Marion Williams pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1341 , and was sentenced to a term of 108 months' imprisonment to be followed by 3 years of supervised release. Williams appealed from his sentence... Read More

Federal Judge Rules That Professional Liability Insurer Must Defend Insurance Broker Against Ponzi Scheme Lawsuits
Posted on 3 May 2010 by InsureReinsure: The Insurance-Reinsurance Blog

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas recently ruled that a professional liability insurer must defend its insured, an insurance brokerage and consulting firm, against claims by victims of the alleged Stanford Financial ("Stanford"... Read More

Stanford Directors And Officers Insurance Barred By Money Laundering Exclusion
Posted on 18 Oct 2010 by Jennifer Hans

HOUSTON -- (Mealey's) Insurers have proven that their policies' money laundering exclusion precludes coverage for directors and officers insureds' defense costs in underlying criminal and SEC litigation involving the alleged Stanford Ponzi... Read More

Trusted Insurance Broker Steals From Friends, Relatives and Fellow Congregants – Nine Years in Prison
Posted on 30 Nov 2011 by Barry Zalma

Walter Marion Williams pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1341 , and was sentenced to a term of 108 months' imprisonment to be followed by 3 years of supervised release. Williams appealed from his sentence... Read More