Reinsurer’s Parent Companies Move to Dismiss Cedents’ Claims for Intentional Interference, Breach of Contract



DOCUMENTS
  • Motion


LOS ANGELES — Enstar Holdings (US) LLC and its affiliates have moved to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it by California Capital Insurance Co. (CIC), accusing them of instructing their reinsurer subsidiary to deny CIC’s reinsurance claims, arguing that CIC has failed to state claims for intentional interference or breach of contract.

In an Oct. 2 motion filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on Aug. 26, Enstar argues that the claims against it and its affiliates Enstar (US) Inc. d/b/a Enstar Administrators, Cranmore (US) Inc., and Enstar Group Ltd. “are impermissibly vague and conclusory” …

FIRM NAMES
  • Dentons US LLP
  • Dykema Gossett LLP





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