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Posted in Market developments, USA

US: Service of Suit Clauses: Do They Also Dictate the Applicable Law in Reinsurance Disputes?

Hogan Lovells Litigation and Arbitration partner, Pieter Van Tol, has written a recent article, entitled “Service of Suit Clauses: Do They Also Dictate the Applicable Law in Reinsurance Disputes?” The article was published in the last ARIAS Quarterly. This should be of particular interest to practitioners and companies with connections to New York because, as noted in the

Posted in Regulatory and legislative updates, USA

US: Governor Cuomo and NY Department of Financial Services Respond to Congressional Efforts to Repeal the Affordable Care Act with “Aggressive Actions”

On 5 June 2017, in response to the Congressional efforts to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act (the ACA), the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) issued a press release entitled “Governor Cuomo Announces Aggressive Actions to Protect Access to Quality, Affordable Health Care for All New Yorkers” (the Press Release), which outlines

Posted in Regulatory and legislative updates, UK

Global Insurance Summit – February 2017

We welcomed over 100 clients to our Global Insurance Summit last month. They gathered, in the heart of the City of London, to hear from industry leaders, academics and new market players. The discussions centred around the changes we’re seeing around the world – whether political, economic, or technological. Our keynote speakers, Lord Adair Turner

Posted in European Union, Market developments, Regulatory and legislative updates, UK, USA

EU/US: Breaking barriers in Transatlantic Reinsurance

Two of the key opportunities envisaged by the recent London Market Group’s report into the future of the London Insurance Market, was to break down barriers to reinsurance and reduce the cost of doing business for the London Market. It will therefore be welcomed that last month, the Council of the European Union issued a