Vandelay Hospitality Group d/b/a Hudson House v. The Cincinnati Insurance Co.
Insured restaurant group's motion to remand denied, and insurance agent's motion to dismiss granted, in COVID-19 business interruption dispute with property insurer, where a court of the Northern District of Texas held that the insured had no reasonable basis for recovery against the agents, resulting in fraudulent joinder of the agents and supporting diversity jurisdiction.
commercial property insurance policy, business interruption, removal, fraudulent joinder, business interruption, diversity, motion to remand, COVID-19, claims against agents, declaratory judgment, breach of contract, mirror image rule
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