Recent Developments in Bermuda Arbitration – Global Arbitration Review 2009

Synopsis: Bermuda, one of the three largest insurance and reinsurance markets in the world, continues to grow in expertise and reputation as an international arbitration centre. The past year has seen an increas- ing number of class 4 reinsurers1 writing policies governed by Bermuda law with disputes to be resolved by reference to arbitration in Bermuda.

Authors: Jan Woloniecki and Peter Dunlop

Available: Published by Global Arbitration Review in association with Attride-Stirling & Woloniecki.

Article: The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2009

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