Scottsdale Insurance Co. v. Mid-Continent Casualty Co.
Magistrate Judge recommended that the District Judge find a duty to defend existed because "property damage" at least potentially was alleged, and none of the exclusions raised by the insurer operated to negate the duty to defend under the "eight corners" rule.
commercial general liability policy, duty to defend, breach of contract, "property damage", exclusions j.(5) and j.(6), exclusion l., "your work", defective work
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