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By Gail Jankowski
However, the court granted, among other requests, FFIC's motion to preclude Utica from introducing judicial decisions or settlements involving other insurer's challenges to Utica's aggregate limit position.
By Carlton Fields
U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
By Nora Valenza-Frost
After 14 years, the Commissioner of Insurance of the Virgin Islands has been discharged as conservator of Phoenix Fire and Marine Insurance Company.
By James F. Jorden
For the past several months, we have written about potential litigation issues under the "revised temporary" DOL Rule involving the offer and sale of annuities in the IRA market.
By David L. Luck, D. Matthew Allen
When class action settlement funds are not amenable to individual claims or to a meaningful pro rata distribution, courts have used the cy pres doctrine to distribute the funds to nonprofit charitable organizations ...
By Lowell Walters
At least, plan sponsors should not make adjustments if they are currently using prudent practices.
By Heidi Hudson Raschke
These agreements are allowed and enforceable under Florida law.
By Alex B. Silverman
On November 7, 2017, the Commissioner of Insurance for the State of Wisconsin issued an order approving a new rule to be added to Section Ins. Ch. 52, Wis. Adm. Code. The rule is intended to modernize Wisconsin's credit for reinsurance provisions by aligning them with the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act of 2010 and amendments to the NAIC Credit for Reinsurance Model Law.
By Nora Valenza-Frost
Northern District Of Georgia Orders Cedent To Produce Information On Its Payment Of Claims.
By Carlton Fields
U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
By Alex B. Silverman
The Eleventh Circuit has determined that a confidentiality provision in an arbitration clause was substantively unconscionable.
By Gary Pappas, Johanna Clark
Plaintiffs signed engagement letters with the law firm Finkelstein & Partners (the "law firm") to represent them in two separate personal injury lawsuits on a contingency basis.
By Carlton Fields
A weekly summary of select real property, financial services, and title insurance cases and recent developments, presented by Carlton Fields' Real Property Litigation and Consumer Finance practice groups.
By Jason R. Brost
In a putative class action alleging that a life insurer engaged in an elaborate scheme to pay stockholders huge dividends by shifting its obligations to reinsurers operating in jurisdictions with weak oversight and ...
By Allison Oasis Kahn
Accusers of Harvey Weinstein were catalysts for an important national dialogue on sexual harassment. Weinstein's company reportedly knew of his behavior and settled multiple harassment claims against the former mogul.
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