The anti-suit and other injunctions entered when Castlepoint was placed in receivership under the California Insurance Commissioner did not prevent suit by shareholders of a related entity against other related entities and their controlling officers and directors on claims of breach of contract (to which Castlepoint was not a party), tortious interference with that same contract, and breach of fiduciary duty owed to the shareholders.  These claims were not derivative and so didn’t belong to the Castlepoint estate.  However, the injunction and the Commissioner’s release of claims against some related entities did preclude claims for fraudulent conveyances of Castlepoint assets and for unjust enrichment.  However, to proceed on the unbarred claims, the plaintiffs had to agree not to try to collect any judgment from Castlepoint assets and to obtain information from Castlepoint’s conservator only through informal requests, not formal discovery.