Handbook of Reinsurance Law

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Aspen Law & Business, 2002 - Law - 500 pages
Reinsurance arrangements can be enormously complex, and tend to involve very large amounts of money. Handbook of Reinsurance Law offers insurance counsel and reinsurance executives a clear, practical framework for understanding this complex, high-stakes area of the law. In one easy-access volume, Eugene Wollan, a recognized authority on reinsurance law and practice, analyzes in detail the various types of reinsurance, from the basic kinds of facultative and treaty, To all the variations and subdivisions of the latter. In clear, jargon-free terms, he analyzes key decisions in which the courts have wrestled with the intricacies of the law on reinsurance questions, and provides real-world examples of the law in action. Discussion includes relevant aspects of contract law, tort law, agency law, commercial law, legal accounting, advocacy, trial practice and much more.

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