Travelers Casualty and Surety Co vs. Certain Underwriters at Lloyds of London

Year: 2000
Court: New York State Court of Appeals
Case Number: 2000-2299, 2000-2300

Reinsurance companies should not be free from oversight and regulation. Lloyds should not be allowed to engage in “hindsight” underwriting to change “loss” to “occurrence” and to insert a “proximate cause” requirement. UP’s co-amici are Fresh Air Fund, Center for Children and Families and Police Athletic League.

UP’s brief was written pro bono by Eugene R. Anderson, Esq. of Anderson Kill & Olick, PC.


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Date: July 20, 2024