Association Insurance Co. v. Clarendon National Insurance Co.
A Magistrate of the Western District of Texas recommended granting defendant insurer's motion to dismiss plaintiff insurer's claims for reimbursement of defense and indemnity costs, finding that the defendant insurer's policies only provided coverage for individuals, and the plaintiff's insureds on whose behalf it incurred defense and indemnity costs were a corporation and a partnership.
commercial general liability insurance policy, motion to dismiss, reimbursement action, defense costs, indemnity costs, FRCP 12(b)(6), partnerships, corporations, individuals, duty to defend, duty to indemnify
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