Edwards Wildman - Insurance and Reinsurance Review - April 2013

    Welcome to the first e-edition of the Edwards Wildman Insurance and Reinsurance Review.

    On the U.S. side, we report on what insurers can do to avoid "institutional bad faith" claims; new federal guidance on fixed indemnity benefits under the Affordable Care Act; and contingent business interruption claims. We also make available a 50-state bad faith survey.

    On the UK side, we consider the UK Supreme Court decision on legal advice privilege; a decision on the boundaries of a before-the-event (BTE) insurance policy; a decision on the proper forum for a dispute involving business placed in London for a U.S. insured; and a holding that apportionment does not apply to liability insurance.

    Lastly, we consider the decision of the Hong Kong Court of First Instance on the transfer of long-term business under the Hong Kong Insurance Companies Ordinance.

    Please click here to view.  We hope you enjoy this edition of the Edwards Wildman Insurance and Reinsurance Review.

    Paul Kanesfsky
    Editor (New York)
    t: +1 212 912 2769
    e: pkanefsky@edwardswildman.com

    Victoria Anderson
    Editor (London)
    t: +44 (0) 20 7556 4466
    e: vanderson@edwardswildman.com

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