Edwards Wildman Insurance and Reinsurance Review – August 2013


    Nick Pearson, John C. Fusco, Robert W. DiUbaldo

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

    On the U.S. side, we report on reinsurers’ need to comply with Iran sanctions; the potential impact of a landmark New York Court of Appeals decision on insurance coverage disputes; how the Deemer Clause may affect Insured ERISA plans; and how the “duty to advise” can be a liability to Connecticut insurance producers.

    On the UK side, we consider the treatment of serial claims or losses; the status of Solvency II; an English Court decision regarding the Bermuda Form; and the applicability of a claims control clause.
    The opening paragraphs of all articles are presented below, from which you can choose the full articles. All articles are also available from their listing in the left-hand column.

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

    Paul Kanesfsky
    Editor (New York)
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    e: pkanefsky@edwardswildman.com 

    Victoria Anderson
    Editor (London)
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