Insurance & Reinsurance Review - January 2013
Edwards Wildman Palmer's Insurance and Reinsurance Department recently published its latest Newsletter, Insurance & Reinsurance Review - January 2013, which contains eight articles about various topics in the insurance and reinsurance industry. Please click on the links below to read each article and if you would like to be added to the mailing list to receive the next edition of the Insurance and Reinsurance Review, please email us at InsureReinsure@edwardswildman.com
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.IN THIS ISSUEWhen Sandy Became a Superstorm But Not a Hurricane: The Effect on Deductibles
by Laurie Kamaiko and Jim Killelea‘Boilerplate’ Clause Causes Problems for Egyptian Ship Owner
By David Kendall and Ajita ShahTake Control of Litigation with Early Case Assessments
By Stephen Prignano and Matthew MurphyA Regulatory Coup for Gibraltarian Insurance Business as the English High Court Sanctions the First Part VII Transfer into the UK
By Chris Finney and Joanne ElieliReinsurance is No Exception: A Case of Staying and Not Following
By Mark Everiss, Sam Tacey and Joanne ElieliVirginia Supreme Court Construes Four Exclusions as Barring Coverage in First-Party Chinese Drywall Claim
By John David Dickenson and Matthew CriscuoloTime is Money: Aviation Insurers Look to the Sky as ECJ Opens the Door to Delayed Flight Claims
By Stephen IxerIndustry Presence
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