Edwards Wildman - Insurance and Reinsurance Review – May 2014

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

    On the US side, we report on the burdens and challenges posed by unnecessary captives; the ramifications of the K2 decision for all insurers who write business in New York; and the advantages of strategic interventions by insurers in litigation brought against their policy holders by third-party claimants.

    On the UK side, we consider the standard of proof required for claims recoverability; a broker scheme of arrangement under the Companies Act 2006; and the Commercial Court's consideration of a "Follow the Leader" clause.

    The opening paragraphs of all articles are presented below, from which you can choose the full articles. All articles are also available from the listings in the left-hand column, as are our expanded "Industry Presence" sections.

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

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

    Victoria Anderson
    Editor (London)
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    e: vanderson@edwardswildman.com

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