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DigitalBridge Group Inc. et al v. Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd. et al: Complaint (‘Thomas Barrack Indictment Coverage’)

Complaint regarding insurance coverage for the legal fees and costs incurred in the defense of the plaintiffs' founder, Thomas J. Barrack, Jr., who was criminally indicted for his alleged lobbying of the United Arab Emirates as an unregistered foreign agent in DigitalBridge Group Inc., formerly Colony Capital Inc., and DigitalBridge Operating Company LLC, formerly Colony Capital Operating Company LLC v. XL Specialty Insurance Company, Freedom Specialty Insurance Co., Twin City Insurance Co., Endurance Specialty Insurance Ltd., of Bermuda; Everest National Insurance Co., U.S. Specialty Insurance Co., Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd., of Bermuda; Starr Indemnity & Liability Co., and Great American Insurance Co. at the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles.

Scandinavian Re fights claim for $27.8 m

Bermuda based Scandinavian Re has derided an attempt by a United States insurer to collect - through a federal court - $27.8 million in damages from a purported arbitration victory.Scandinavian Re claims that it, not Continental Casualty Company, essentially won

Aon Re employees try to avoid being deposed by Scandinavian Re

Four Aon Re employees are seeking to avoid being deposed for an arbitration proceeding between Bermuda based Scandinavian Reinsurance Company Ltd. and Continental Casualty Company, of Illinois.First, Kelly Smith, David Sullivan, Chris DeAngelis and Michael Bungert refused to comply with

Lawsuit filed against Shrewsbury Underwriting Capital

Shrewsbury Underwriting Capital (Bermuda) Limited has been named as a defendant in civil complaint filed by HSBC USA Inc., f.k.a. Republic New York Corporation, and Republic New York Securities Corporation at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District

AT&T sues XL Insurance over 9/11 coverage

AT&T Corp. has filed a civil complaint against 15 insurers, including XL Insurance (Bermuda) Ltd., over allegedly unpaid property damage and business interruption claims concerning 9/11. The telecommunications giant, which is registered in New York but based in New Jersey,  is seeking an award of not less than $139 million in an action filed at New Jersey Superior Court on June 11, 2004.