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English Justice: Reinsurance Triggers After Exhaustion Of Underlying Insurance
Posted on 9 Mar 2011 by LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff

LONDON — An English justice recently found for a pair of reinsurers and held that a reinsurance contract only covers underlying policies after those policies have been exhausted ( Teal Assurance Company Limited v. W R. Berkley Insurance (Europe... Read More

Reed Smith LLP Policyholder Alert: Zeig Reconsidered?
Posted on 22 Aug 2011 by John Berringer and Michael DiCanio

By John Berringer and Michael DiCanio, Attorneys, Reed Smith LLP While it has long been the general rule in New York and other jurisdictions that a policyholder's settlement with a primary insurer for less than full policy limits can nevertheless... Read More

Reed Smith LLP Policyholder Alert: Zeig Reconsidered?
Posted on 22 Aug 2011 by John Berringer and Michael DiCanio

By John Berringer and Michael DiCanio, Attorneys, Reed Smith LLP While it has long been the general rule in New York and other jurisdictions that a policyholder's settlement with a primary insurer for less than full policy limits can nevertheless... Read More

English Justice: Reinsurance Triggers After Exhaustion Of Underlying Insurance
Posted on 9 Mar 2011 by LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff

LONDON — An English justice recently found for a pair of reinsurers and held that a reinsurance contract only covers underlying policies after those policies have been exhausted ( Teal Assurance Company Limited v. W R. Berkley Insurance (Europe... Read More