Judge Voids $5M Award Against Reinsurers, Citing Bias

By Chuck Stanley (April 3, 2017, 7:38 PM EDT) -- A New York federal judge on Friday vacated a $5 million arbitral award against British reinsurers after learning one of the arbitrators had an undisclosed business relationship with the Florida workers' compensation firm that filed the arbitration claim.

Alex Campos failed to disclose his extensive business relationships with high-level employees of Insurance Company of the Americas when the firm appointed him to an arbitration panel in a dispute over a reinsurance contract with Lloyd's of London underwriters, calling into question his impartiality and placing a cloud over the panel's decision in favor of ICA, judge Vernon S. Broderick said in a...

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