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                                               recognized Dewey &
                                               LeBoeuf as “Best Law Firm”
                                               for nine consecutive years,
                                               from 2002 to 2010.

   Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP | Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
About Dewey & LeBoeuf

Dewey & LeBoeuf is a full-service law firm providing
counsel throughout the Americas, Europe, Russia/
CIS, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. With more than
1,100 lawyers in major financial and commercial centers,
the firm represents national and global corporations,
financial institutions and government agencies in their
most complex legal matters.

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        Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute
        Resolution Capabilities

                                            Dewey & LeBoeuf has represented          asbestos or environmental loss
                                            insurance industry clients in insur-     under a facultative certificate, to
                                            ance and reinsurance arbitration,        fraud and misrepresentation claims
                                            litigation and mediation over the past   involving the potential rescission
                                            several decades and has developed        of a complex array of reinsurance
                                            a large and experienced dispute          agreements covering an entire book
                                            resolution team. Based on feedback       of business, to the allocation of
                                            from our clients, Reactions magazine     bad faith responsibility between a
                                            has recognized Dewey & LeBoeuf as        cedent and its reinsurer. We have
                                            “Best Law Firm” for nine consecutive     also handled reinsurance and related
                                            years, from 2002 to 2010. Our            disputes arising out of mergers and
                                            insurance and reinsurance dispute        acquisitions of insurance entities and
                                            resolution practitioners are consis-     books of business, including post-
                                            tently recognized as among the           closing disputes.
                                            best in the Chambers guides, the
                                            International Who’s Who of Business      Our lawyers have seen and reviewed
                                            Lawyers — Insurance and Reinsur-         nearly every type of reinsurance
                                            ance, The Guide to the World’s           agreement, including diverse types of
4   |                                       Leading Insurance & Reinsurance          property and casualty quota share,
                                            Lawyers, and Legal 500.                  excess of loss, facultative agree-
                                                                                     ments, managing general agency
                                            Our lawyers have advised on all          and managing general underwriter
                                            manner of insurance and reinsur-         agreements, reinsurance intermediary
                                            ance disputes over the years. Our        agreements, retrocessional agree-
                                            deep experience in and our extensive     ments, finite reinsurance agreements,
                                            knowledge of the insurance industry      property surplus share agreements,
                                            ensures that our clients receive         loss portfolio transfer reinsurance
                                            tailored, comprehensive and strategic    agreements, workers’ compensation
                                            advice, both from legal and industry     and occupational accident reinsur-
                                            perspectives.                            ance contracts, and life reinsurance
                                            Our lawyers deal with a broad
                                            range of claims and disputes —           Our Insurance/Reinsurance Disputes
                                            ranging from the validity of a single    Resolution team, in combination

        Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP | Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
with the firm’s securities litigation     organized by Mealey’s, HB Litigation
and white-collar crime practitio-         Conferences, Practising Law Insti-
ners, provides clients with extensive     tute, Falconbury, ARIAS—US, the
knowledge of practices unique to          Reinsurance Association of America,
the insurance industry. In the US,        AIRROC, American Conference
we regularly represent major insur-       Institute, C5 and the American Bar
ance clients in governmental inquiries    Association. Our lawyers chaired
at the state and federal levels. Our      the Mealey’s Insurance Insolvency
lawyers have been lead counsel on         & Reinsurance Roundtable, various
key investigations, federal securi-       ARIAS—US Conferences, the Amer-
ties class actions and shareholder        ican Conference Institute’s Advanced
derivative actions related to incentive   Forum on Reinsurance Arbitration,
compensation arrangements, bidding        the International Reinsurance Summit
practices, finite risk contracts,         — Bermuda, Falconbury’s Reinsur-
reserving practices and accounting        ance Contract Wording and Disputes
issues.                                   conference, and the Excess, Surplus
                                          Lines & Reinsurance Committee of
Dewey & LeBoeuf lawyers are active        the ABA’s Section on Tort, Trial &
in industry and bar association           Insurance Practice. In London, the        |   5
organizations, and speak and write        firm is an active participant in BILA
extensively on reinsurance litigation     and has membership in the CII.
and arbitration. We publish a quar-
terly Reinsurance Newsletter, which       Dewey & LeBoeuf lawyers have
is widely read within the industry.       represented many of the leading
                                          insurance and reinsurance compa-
Dewey & LeBoeuf was a founding            nies in the world — monitoring their
member of ARIAS—US, the insur-            exposures and, when necessary,
ance and reinsurance arbitration          resolving their disputes on both
society of the global insurance orga-     the ceding and assuming side, in
nization AIDA, and our lawyers have       litigation, jury trials, mediations and
served on the ARIAS—US Board and          arbitrations throughout the United
have chaired various committees. We       States, Bermuda and the United
speak frequently at leading reinsur-      Kingdom.
ance industry events, including those
        Representative Matters

                                            Dewey & LeBoeuf has handled many           and aggregate reinstatement provi-
                                            significant reinsurance disputes,          sions. Amount involved: $40 million;
                                                                                       • Litigation in multiple jurisdictions
                                            • Arbitration involving coverage           concerning the redomestication
                                            under a co-insurance agreement             of a captive ceding company to a
                                            that was part of an acquisition of a       foreign country, the subsequent
                                            substantial book of business. Amount       insolvency of the cedent and the
                                            involved: $1 billion;                      effect on its reinsurance. Multiple
                                                                                       treaties and facultative certificates
                                            • Arbitration and collateral litigation    over many years covered various
                                            involving the collapse of a pool of life   liability risks, including environmental
                                            reinsurers managed by an MGU and           exposures of a major industrial
                                            considered one of the largest reinsur-     insured. Issues involved reinsur-
                                            ance debacles in history. Amount           ance regulatory and administrative
                                            involved: $1 billion;                      law, misrepresentation, insolvency
                                                                                       and acceleration of reinsurance
                                            • Litigation in federal district court     recoverables. Amount involved:
6   |                                       involving the reinsurance of a large       $80 – $120 million;
                                            book of professional liability insur-
                                            ance written through MGAs. Issues          • Arbitration involving reinsurance
                                            involved fraud in the inducement,          accounting and reporting issues
                                            utmost good faith and rescission.          under a quota share treaty. Amount
                                            Amount involved for two reinsurer          involved: $30 million;
                                            clients: $100 million;
                                                                                       • Litigation and arbitration against
                                            • Arbitration involving quota share        a foreign reinsurer seeking reinsur-
                                            and excess of loss reinsurance             ance recoverables. Amount involved:
                                            agreements covering a six-year             $70 million;
                                            period. Agreements covered excess
                                            and special risk, professional liability   • Arbitration of a dispute between
                                            and directors and officers (D&O)           a retrocedent and its retrocession-
                                            liability risks. Issues involved were      aire on a finite reinsurance cover for
                                            fraud, misrepresentation, D&O claims       a book of excess-of-loss workers’

        Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP | Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
compensation business. Amount            • Service as lead counsel to 13
involved: $48 million;                   Lloyd’s of London defendants in
                                         the Insurance Antitrust Litigation,
• Multiple arbitrations between          which made its way to the U.S.
various issuers of variable annui-       Supreme Court. Dewey & LeBoeuf
ties and their reinsurer over alleged    counsel negotiated the settlement of
changes to the underlying invest-        that case on behalf of 19 of the 32
ments. Amount involved: $50 million;     defendants;

• Arbitration alleging fraud and         • Arbitration to obtain collateral insur-
misrepresentation in the placement       ance recovery following a massive
of reinsurance in the London market.     explosion on an oil platform off the
Amount involved: $100 million;           coast of Brazil;

• Multiple arbitrations subject to the   • Litigation involving the scope of
Bermuda International Conciliation       legislation passed following the
and Arbitration Act 1993. Amount         September 11 terrorist attacks;
involved: $1 – $100 million;
                                         • Litigation over coverage, defense,        |   7
• Arbitration over a series of long-     and insurance contract obligations for
term care reinsurance agreements         losses arising out of the September
involving breach of retention warran-    11 terrorist attacks and the clean-up
ties. Amount involved: $26 million;      of the World Trade Center sites; and

• A large-scale arbitration involving    • Litigation over defense obligations
the number of occurrences presented      of fidelity bond insurers concerning
by gradual pollution claims and the      underlying actions arising out of the
allocation of these claims to rein-      Madoff Ponzi scheme.
surance years and layers. Amount
involved: $60 million;
        Lawyer Bios

                                            John M. Aerni

                                            John Aerni has served as lead counsel for dozens of major insurer and financial
                                            services clients in complex litigation matters, particularly class actions involving
                                            life insurance, annuities, property/casualty insurance, ERISA benefit plans and
                                            other financial products. He has been lead counsel in over 20 trials and argued
                                            numerous appeals.

                                            His representative matters include numerous defenses of class actions in which
        New York Office                     defendants prevailed either on dispositive motions or by defeating class certifica-
        +1 212 259 8231                     tion. He has also represented the insurance industry in a variety of constitutional
                                            challenges, including a successful challenge to New York State legislation that
                                            authorized the borrowing of over $100 million from insurance guaranty funds.

                                            He speaks regularly on a variety of topics, including taking and defending
                                            depositions and expert witnesses. He was named a Super Lawyer in Business
                                            Litigation in 2007 and 2008.
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                                            John C. Cleary

                                            John Cleary is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department and previously
                                            served as an assistant U.S. attorney in Washington, DC. He joined the firm in
                                            1984, moved to the U.S. Department of Justice in 1987 and then returned to
                                            the firm in 1992. He has extensive experience in trial and motion practice, arbi-
                                            tration and all other aspects of dispute resolution. Mr. Cleary is also a member
                                            of the firm’s Intellectual Property and Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
                                            Practice Groups. He is licensed to practice in multiple federal and state courts,
        New York Office                     as well as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
        +1 212 259 8273

        Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP | Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
                        G. Richard Dodge Jr.

                        Richard Dodge is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department in the Wash-
                        ington, DC office. His practice includes civil litigation, internal investigations and
                        white-collar criminal defense. He regularly advises domestic and international
                        clients on corporate governance, including complex civil litigations, internal
                        investigations and related parallel proceedings. Mr. Dodge has represented
                        domestic and international companies and individuals under investigation by
                        the U.S. Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, U.S.
Washington, DC Office   Department of Labor, New York Attorney General, Massachusetts Attorney
+1 202 346 8723
                        General, Texas Attorney General, Florida Attorney General and numerous other
                        state attorney generals and state insurance departments, including, among
                        others, the New York Insurance Department, Illinois Insurance Division, Cali-
                        fornia Department of Insurance and Ohio Department of Insurance.

                        Mr. Dodge has successfully litigated complex breach-of-contract actions on
                        behalf of large property/casualty insurers and reinsurers. He has also success-
                        fully defended major insurers and financial services clients in market conduct           |   9

                        and consumer fraud class actions, antitrust and RICO class actions, and ERISA
                        and securities fraud class actions. He regularly advises clients on e-discovery
                        and data preservation requirements. He also regularly advises clients on insur-
                        ance regulatory matters.
         Lawyer Bios (cont’d)

                                             Ellen M. Dunn

                                             Ellen Dunn has considerable experience in a range of civil litigation matters,
                                             including policyholder and shareholder class actions, complex contractual
                                             disputes, internal investigations, insurance insolvencies and commercial arbitra-
                                             tions. She also advises companies in connection with regulatory investigations,
                                             governance matters and compliance issues. Ms. Dunn serves as co-head
                                             of the firm’s US Litigation practice and is a member of the firm’s Executive
         New York Office
         +1 212 259 8547

                                             Nicholas Greenwood
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                                             Nick Greenwood has significant experience in handling disputes work including
                                             both litigation and arbitration. He has extensive experience of LCIA, UNCITRAL
                                             and ICC arbitrations in addition to handling cases in the Commercial Court and
                                             Chancery Division in London. He has handled a number of high value interna-
                                             tional joint venture, construction and energy disputes. More recently, he has
                                             been involved in a number of private equity fund disputes. He is widely experi-
                                             enced in obtaining freezing orders and anti-suit injunctions, including obtaining
         London Office                       ancillary injunctions in offshore jurisdictions. In addition, he regularly manages
         +44 20 7459 5008
                                             cross-border disputes in jurisdictions such as Belgium, Switzerland, Canada,
                                             Italy, Kuwait, Bahrain, Puerto Rico, China, Israel, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan,
                                             Kyrgyzstan, Mauritius, British Virgin Islands, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and

         Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP | Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
                     Dean Hansell

                     Dean Hansell is an accomplished and successful business, environmental
                     and energy, insurance/reinsurance and insolvency trial and appellate lawyer.
                     Dean Hansell’s practice emphasizes class actions, complex business litiga-
                     tion, government enforcement actions, insurance/reinsurance and insolvency
                     matters, international litigation and arbitration, and appeals. He is a former civil
                     prosecutor. He was a Police Commissioner of Los Angeles for four years.

Los Angeles Office   With his distinguished court record and as a former civil federal and state
+1 213 621 6031      prosecutor, Mr. Hansell frequently assists clients in connection with fraud litiga-
                     tion, investigations, regulatory and enforcement proceedings and administrative
                     hearings. He is seasoned in alternative dispute resolution and serves on the
                     Arbitration Committee of the U.S. Council for International Business. Mr. Hansell
                     frequently serves as national coordinating counsel supervising litigation nation-
                     wide or as US counsel in international litigation.

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                     Adam J. Kaiser

                     Mr. Kaiser’s practice deals in the preparation and trial of complex commercial
                     cases, principally in the areas of contracts and business torts, sports and enter-
                     tainment, class actions, insurance, unfair competition and employment, real
                     estate, construction, and arbitration. He has litigated cases before federal and
                     state courts throughout the United States.

                     Mr. Kaiser has litigated cases involving complex contracts and business torts
New York Office      throughout his career. He successfully litigated a case for one of the largest
+1 212 259 7363      heavy machinery companies in Japan involving a $200 million sale of equip-
                     ment to an Alabama steel company. Mr. Kaiser also won, after 26 days of trial,
                     a multimillion-dollar verdict in a breach of contract/fiduciary duty action by an
                     investment banker against his partner. He has been involved in many of the
                     largest bankruptcies, representing both debtors and creditors. He routinely
                     represents Fortune 500 companies in major disputes.

                     Mr. Kaiser has extensive experience in representing insurance companies in class
                     actions and coverage matters. He was the first lawyer in the country to defeat
                     class certification in a “modal premium” class action and has defended major
                     insurance companies in class actions throughout the United States. He also has
                     experience representing a liquidator of a major insurance company, for whom he
                     litigated numerous cases, including before the New Jersey Supreme Court.
         Lawyer Bios (cont’d)

                                             Alexander M. Kayne

                                             Mr. Kayne is a partner with the firm’s Litigation Department who practices in
                                             the preparation and trial of complex commercial litigation in federal and state
                                             courts, bankruptcy courts, and before federal regulatory agencies and in
                                             arbitrations. He has represented firms in a variety of industries, including the
                                             insurance, Internet services, banking and energy industries.

                                             Mr. Kayne graduated from Yale University in 1994 and Yale Law School in 1997.
         New York Office                     While attending Yale Law School, Mr. Kayne was an editor of the Yale Law
         +1 212 259 6915                     Journal.

                                             Mr. Kayne clerked on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of
                                             New York for the Honorable Raymond J. Dearie from 1997 to 1998 and joined
                                             the firm in 1998.

                                             Mr. Kayne also serves on the board of directors of the Water Authority of
12   |                                       Western Nassau County, a public corporation that provides water service to
                                             portions of Nassau County, New York.

         Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP | Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
                  John M. Nonna

                  Mr. Nonna is chair of the firm’s Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
                  Practice Group and a member of the firm’s International Arbitration and
                  Cross-Border Dispute Resolution Practice Group.

                  John Nonna practices in the areas of commercial litigation and arbitration,
                  including insurance and reinsurance disputes. He has tried and arbitrated cases
                  involving accountants’ malpractice, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, breaches
New York Office   of warranties and representations, employment discrimination, distributorship
+1 212 259 8311   agreements, stock and asset purchase agreements, mergers and acquisitions
                  (M&A), and insurance and reinsurance disputes. He has handled several of the
                  largest reinsurance arbitrations in the industry and is a Fellow of the American
                  College of Trial lawyers. He has lectured at numerous conferences on topics
                  including trial practice, arbitration and mediation, insurance and reinsurance
                  coverage, commercial torts, and the attorney-client privilege.

                  Mr. Nonna has been recognized as an industry leader by the Chambers Guide          |   13

                  to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, International Who’s Who of Insur-
                  ance & Reinsurance Lawyers and Legal 500.

                  Mr. Nonna was the mayor of Pleasantville, New York, from 1995 to 2003.
                  He is currently a member of the Westchester County Board of Legislators
                  where he chairs the Legislation Committee, and serves on the Housing and
                  Planning, and Public Safety Committees.

                  Mr. Nonna was a member of the 1972 and 1980 U.S. Olympic Teams.
         Lawyer Bios (cont’d)

                                             Eridania Perez

                                             Eridania Perez is a partner in the New York office of Dewey & LeBoeuf. Ms.
                                             Perez practices in the areas of commercial litigation and arbitration, including
                                             insurance and reinsurance disputes. She has tried and arbitrated cases
                                             involving a wide range of contract disputes, as well as complex fraud and
                                             misrepresentation claims, breaches of warranties and representations, stock
                                             and asset purchase agreements, and insurance and reinsurance disputes.
                                             In addition, she regularly advises non-US companies regarding defense and
         New York Office                     strategy in potential US litigation and arbitration proceedings on contract and
         +1 212 259 8239                     agency disputes, among others.

                                             Ms. Perez has been recognized in Legal 500’s US Rankings for the past three
                                             years, and has published and presented on various topics.

14   |                                       Nicholas D. Rochez
                                             Of Counsel

                                             Nicholas Rochez’s practice includes a mix of insurance and reinsurance work,
                                             with in-depth experience with coverage disputes and professional indemnity
                                             and an emphasis on financial risks, particularly D&O cover and top-up cover
                                             for professionals. Mr. Rochez has also handled a wide range of claims from
                                             engineering risks through to environmental issues. Mr. Rochez is an accredited
                                             mediator, having studied with the Harvard Law School team, and has close
                                             associations with ADR Chambers.
         London Office
         +44 20 7459 5031

         Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP | Insurance/Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
                        Larry P. Schiffer

                        Larry P. Schiffer practices in the areas of commercial, insurance and rein-
                        surance litigation, arbitration and mediation. He has handled numerous
                        reinsurance disputes through hearing and award and advises regularly on insur-
                        ance and reinsurance contract wording and dispute issues.

                        He is active in legal and industry associations where he has held various leader-
                        ship positions. He has lectured and has been widely published on reinsurance
New York Office         and other insurance topics. He serves as an Expert Commentator on reinsur-
+1 212 259 8086         ance for (International Risk Management Institute, Inc. Web site) and
                        co-authored the chapter on reinsurance in the New York State Bar Associa-
                        tion’s Insurance Law Practice treatise.

                        He was President of the National Alumni Association of Albany Law School
                        from 2005 to 2007 and now serves on the Law School’s board of trustees. He
                        also serves as a mediator for the Mandatory Commercial Mediation Program
                        of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York and for the New     |   15

                        York Supreme Court Commercial Division’s Alternative Dispute Resolution

                        Peter Sharp

                        Peter Sharp heads our English-law restructuring and insolvency practice. He
                        has a broadly based litigation practice, principally involving insolvency and
                        financial institution litigation. He is also involved in restructuring work and in
                        commercial litigation where his particular areas of interest include the aviation
                        industry and major engineering issues. Mr. Sharp is managing partner of the
                        London office and chair of the London Policy Committee. He is also a member
                        of the firm’s global Executive Committee and global Litigation Policy Committee.
London Office
+44 20 7459 5007
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