Pogo Resources, LLC v. St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
A magistrate of the Northern District of Texas granted a commercial general liability insurer's motion for judgment on the pleadings on claims by a putative insured, a purchaser of the named insured's assets, finding the putative insured did not have standing to assert claims for mutual mistake/reformation, waiver and estoppel, and bad faith, or claims under the DTPA.
commercial general liability policy, oil spills, bankruptcy, stalking horse agreement, PSA, assignment, FRCP 12(c), motion to dismiss, standing, third-party beneficiary, insured status
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