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McKee v. Chubb Lloyds Insurance Co. of Texas

Court: WD Tx  05/28/2024  Court Overrules Insured's Objections to Magistrate's Recommendations, Denies Insured's Motion for Leave to Designate Experts, and Adopts Magistrate's Report and Recommendations

Where the court had no "definite and firm conviction that a mistake had been committed," a highly deferential standard required it to affirm the magistrate's rulings that two of the insured's witnesses were not qualified as experts but could testify as fact witnesses, deny the insured's request to exclude one of the insurer's experts and request to late-designate additional experts, and find no error in the magistrate's determination that a genuine issue of fact precluded summary judgment in favor of the insurer.

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