Edwards Wildman Insurance and Reinsurance Review - January 2013



    When Sandy Became a Superstorm But Not a Hurricane: The Effect on Deductibles

    ‘Boilerplate’ Clause Causes Problems for Egyptian Ship Owner

    Take Control of Litigation with Early Case Assessments

    A Regulatory Coup for Gibraltarian Insurance Business as the English High Court Sanctions the First Part VII Transfer into the UK

    Reinsurance is No Exception: A Case of Staying and Not Following

    Virginia Supreme Court Construes Four Exclusions as Barring Coverage in First-Party Chinese Drywall Claim

    Time is Money: Aviation Insurers Look to the Sky as ECJ Opens the Door to Delayed Flight Claims

    The Edwards Wildman
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