The Year in Review: A Discussion of Significant Reinsurance and Arbitration Cases and Issues from 2019
Title: The Year in Review: A Discussion of Significant Reinsurance and Arbitration Cases and Issues from 2019
Date & Time: Wednesday, February 26th from 12:00 – 1:15 pm ET / 11:00 am – 12:15 pm CT
Location: Live online webinar
Webinar Description: A look at key decisions and issues from 2019 that reinsurance arbitrators and practitioners should be aware of.
- Provide an overview of the most noteworthy reinsurance cases from the last year and a discussion of the implications of those cases.
- Discuss recent decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court (and other federal courts) addressing the FAA and how those decisions may impact reinsurance arbitrations.
- Report on the emergence of new claims arising from talc, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), and sexual abuse, which have in some instances already led to reinsurance disputes and which are likely to lead to more.
White & Williams LLP
Greg Capps is known for his responsiveness, leadership and ability to work collaboratively to obtain favorable results. Greg has a broad commercial litigation and arbitration practice focusing primarily on complex long-tail insurance coverage and reinsurance matters. For over 20 years, Greg has advised and litigated, both in court and before arbitration panels, on behalf of insurers and ceding companies on a wide range of issues including environmental, asbestos, pharmaceutical, sexual assault, and other types of claims.
White & Williams LLP
Daryn Rush is a partner at White and Williams where he is Chair of the Reinsurance Group and Leader of the Business of Insurance Team. Daryn represents domestic and foreign insurers and reinsurers in arbitration, mediation and litigation. He has tried dozens of reinsurance arbitrations and lawsuits to final award or verdict. Daryn has worked extensively on insurance receiverships and represents insurers, reinsurers, managing general agents, policyholders and other interested parties in domestic and foreign insolvencies. Daryn advises companies on transactional matters, including assumption reinsurance and alternative risk transfer transactions, product development and regulatory issues, contract drafting and claim audits.
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