Tag Archives: New York

The “re” part of “reinsurance” is kind of important

This one caught my eye because it’s a novel argument.  Also, a lot of the underlying case happened in Texas, and since I’m originally from Texas (and also a Texas lawyer), I had to share it.  But more enough about … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Don’t Have to Arbitrate After All

One of the more frustrating issues concerning arbitration is the extent to which parties that did not sign an arbitration agreement can be compelled to arbitrate anyway.  It sometimes seems that courts will bend over backwards to find ways to … Continue reading

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