David Alderson has reinsurance law practice experience in Canada, Bermuda and London, England, and offers appointment as a sole arbitrator and panel arbitrator in both domestic and international reinsurance arbitration. He is an experienced, independent and qualified arbitrator. David has been appointed sole arbitrator by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in commercial arbitration matters and regularly sits as an arbitrator in commercial arbitration. Click here for Reinsurance Arbitrator webpage.
David Alderson has acted for and represented ceding insurers, reinsurers, retrocessionaires, brokers and other intermediaries and has provided coverage and claims advice and representation in relation to many types of reinsurance agreements and arrangements, including quota share, excess of loss, treaty and facultative agreements. He has advised and acted in a wide range of reinsurance matters.
His preferred reinsurance arbitration appointments include, but are not limited to, aviation risks, broker’s liability, catastrophe, directors’ and officers’ liability, environmental coverage, marine risks, political risks, product liability, property and casualty, special risks and war risks.
David Alderson undertook postgraduate insurance law studies in England, and has first-hand experience in the world’s largest reinsurance markets located in London and Bermuda, providing detailed knowledge and experience of both Canadian and global reinsurance markets.
Curriculum Vitae and Terms of Appointment
Terms of Appointment available on request from the Intake Coordinator
Appointment and Availability Enquiries
To make appointment and availability enquiries about appointment of David Alderson as reinsurance arbitrator or reinsurance mediator, please contact the Gilbertson Davis LLP Arbitration and Mediation Chambers Intake Coordinator at (416) 979 2020, ext. 223, or by email at email@example.com.
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