Evanston Insurance Co. v. McDonnell Coates LLP
The court found that an insurer had alleged a plausible subrogation claim against another insurer regarding the insurers' duty to defend their mutual insured in an underlying legal malpractice action.
legal malpractice insurance, duty to defend, motion to dismiss, failure to state a claim, Rule 12(b)(6), subrogation, related claims, plausibility
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