How They Won It: Hogan Lovells Rescues Gen Re Exec

Law360, New York (September 16, 2011, 4:28 PM EDT) -- Facing 18 months in federal prison for her alleged role in a $500 million reinsurance scheme, a former chief financial officer of General Re Corp. ditched her highly regarded trial attorney and turned to Hogan Lovells to wage her appeal and, hopefully, keep her a free woman. She's glad she did.

In 2008, a federal jury in Connecticut convicted Elizabeth A. Monrad and three other Gen Re officers of engineering two bogus reinsurance deals that boosted American International Group Inc.'s depleted loss reserves by $500 million....
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