Travelers Indemnity Settles Reinsurance Disputes With Excalibur


In two related cases, Travelers has settled its claims against Excalibur Reinsurance. A number of prior posts have addressed the substance of the parties’ disputes – for example, discovery issues (sealing portions of deposition testimony) and procedural issues (denying consolidation; requiring pre-hearing security). Stipulations of Dismissal were filed in both cases on May 23, 2014. The Travelers Indemnity Co. v. Excalibur Reinsurance Corp., Case Nos. 3:11-CV-1209 and 3:11-CV-1793 (USDC D. Conn. May 23, 2014).

Topics:  Discovery, Insurers, Reinsurance, Rules of Civil Procedure, Settlement, Travelers

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Insurance Updates

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