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Loss In English-Spanish Translation Can Cost Insurers

Some terms frequently found in (re)insurance contracts and statutes have different meanings in common law, English-speaking jurisdictions than they do in civil law, Spanish-speaking countries. It is critical for (re)insurers...more

Primer On Civil And Common Law For The Int’l Insurer

In large, complex coverage disputes, it is common for international insurers and reinsurers based in a common law jurisdiction to get involved in the adjustment and dispute resolution of claims subject to the laws of civil...more

Insurance In Brazil: A Reinsurance Perspective

Brazil, the largest South American economy, has been an important market for international insurers and reinsurers for many years. At the same time, Brazil presents major property risks for underwriters. Companies covering...more

Primer On Underwriting Insurance Risks In Argentina

Latin America presents excellent opportunities for the global (re)insurance industry. But, there are a number of important considerations for insurance and reinsurance companies underwriting risks in the region. This article...more

Only A Matter of Time – Prepare For Geomagnetic Storms

Originally published in Insurance Law360 on February 21, 2013. Geomagnetic storms present a unique risk to power grids, power grid customers and insurers. The modern world, and particularly the East Coast of the U.S., is...more

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