Cincinnati Specialty Underwriters Insurance Co. v. US Polyco, Inc.
After commercial liability insurer that brought declaratory judgment action against its insureds and bodily injury claimants dismissed its claims against its insureds, a court of the Northern District of Texas dismissed without prejudice the insurer's remaining claims against the underlying claimants as moot because such claims no longer presented a justiciable claim or controversy.
commercial general liability insurance, justiciable claims, motion for summary judgment, dismiss, duty to defend, duty to indemnify, case or controversy, dismissal without prejudice, subject matter jurisdiction
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