Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in Ireland by Alexander Rosati, as the Foreign Representative of Chartis Excess Limited, at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
Insurance officers David Alexander and Glenn Partridge conspired to defraud a participant in one of Mutual Risk Management's rent-a-captive programs, a Bermuda judge has ruled.
American Patriot Insurance Agency Inc. et al v. Mutual Holdings (Bermuda) Limited et al: Appeal Judgment
Judgment in the case of American Patriot Insurance Agency Inc., Kenneth Hendricks, and Diane Hendricks against Mutual Holdings (Bermuda) Limited, Mutual Indemnity (Bermuda) Limited, Glenn Partridge, David Alexander, Andrew Walsh, and Richard Turner at The Court of Appeal for Bermuda.
The now defunct Mutual Risk Management group has won a legal battle with a former client of its rent a captive program.In a judgment at Bermuda Supreme Court on July 9, 2010, Acting Puisne Judge Geoffrey Bell dismissed a claim
A U. S. court has denied a petition by two Wisconsin based insurers to collect evidence from Mutual Indemnity (Bermuda) Ltd. and its President, David Alexander.The U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania did not have jurisdiction
David Alexander, President of Mutual Indemnity (Bermuda) Ltd., is fighting an attempt by two insurers to take his testimony for a yet-to-be-filed lawsuit in the United States. A petition to take his testimony and collect evidence from Mutual Indemnity was filed by Aegis Corporation and Principal Insurance Managers, Inc., both of Brookfield, Wisconsin, at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on November 3, 2004.
Mutual Risk Management has made a $100 million offer to the Pennsylvania Insurance Department to settle all claims relating to its subsidiary in rehabilitation, Legion Insurance Co., it has been claimed.Details about the purported offer are contained in the latest of several civil lawsuits filed by clients and shareholders against the MRM group in the United States and Bermuda.
Two lawsuits that may be winding up petitions have been filed against companies that are part of the Mutual Risk Management Group.Both actions were filed at Bermuda Supreme Court under The Companies Act 1981, according to a source. This is
A United States-based trucking concern has obtained a $3 million asset freeze order against the financially troubled Mutual Risk Management group. Bermuda Supreme Court issued the order on April 25, 2002 after an application that same day by Franklin Logistics Inc.