Pogo Resources, LLC, v. St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
A court of the Northern District of Texas denied commercial general and excess liability insurer's motions to reconsider its motion to dismiss and competing motions for partial summary judgment, holding that the insurer failed to identify any manifest error of law.
commercial general liability policy, umbrella excess protection policy, manifest error of law, oil and gas, claims-made policy, occurrence policy, estoppel, waiver, assignment, anti-assignment clause, Bankruptcy Code, executory contract, privity of contract, contract ambiguity, prejudice, late notice, commercial excess liability policy, bankruptcy, PSA, standing, breach of contract, oil well spill, cleanup costs, FRCP 12(b)(6), FRCP 12(c), pollution exclusion, Tex. Ins. Code. Ch. 541 claims
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