C-Bons International Golf Group, Inc. v. Lexington Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas denied an insurance agent's motion to dismiss an insured's claims for breach of fiduciary duty, for violations of the Texas Insurance Code, and for attorney's fees, finding that resolution of a choice of law question between the application of Texas and Illinois law was required before the merits of the claims could be resolved and the court had insufficient information to complete the "most significant relationship" test.
commercial property insurance, Hurricane Harvey, motion to dismiss, choice of law, conflict of laws, most significant relationship, breach of fiduciary duty, Texas Insurance Code claims, attorneys' fees
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