Acumen Re Management Corp. v. Gen. Sec. Nat'l Ins. Co., No. 09 Civ. 796 (GBD), 2012 WL 3890128 (S.D.N.Y. Dec. 4, 2012).
We reported on this case in our December 2012 Reinsurance Newsletter. The managing agent moved to have the court reconsider its grant of summary judgment. The court denied the motion holding that the managing agent did not raise any controlling decisions or factual matters overlooked by the court. But the court did certify the order granting summary judgment as final to allow for an immediate appeal because summary judgment was granted on four of five grounds supporting the claim and it would be judicially inefficient not to avoid a costly, duplicative trial if the appeal is successful.