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WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY v. ML LIQUIDATING TRUST et al

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Case Number: 
2:11-cv-00456 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 
Opposing Party: 
ML Liquidating Trust
Court Type: 
Federal
US District Court: 
District of Arizona
Date Filed: 
Mar 8 2011

"27. Westchester realleges and incorporates by reference the foregoing paragraphs as if they were set forth fully herein.
I. Mortgages Ltd.’s Insurance Policy with Westchester
28. Westchester issued the Policy to Mortgages Ltd. with a policy period from September 22, 2007 through February 19, 2009 and an extended reporting period until
February 19, 2012. Among other things, the Policy contained a Directors and Officers (“D&O”) coverage section that requires Westchester to indemnify Mortgages Ltd. and/or its directors, officers, and employees for certain defined losses arising out of claims made against Mortgages Ltd. and/or its directors, officers, and employees during the policy period and/or extended reporting period. The specific circumstances to which the D&O coverage section applies are set forth in the Policy and relevant endorsements.
29. Pursuant to Endorsement No. 13 to the D&O coverage section, Westchester does not have a duty to defend Mortgages Ltd. and/or its directors, officers, and employees against claims."

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