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ZURICH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY v. ACE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY et al

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Case Number: 
2:10-cv-09369 Search Pacer
ACE Group party(s): 
Opposing Party: 
ZURICH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY
Court Type: 
Federal
US District Court: 
Central District of California
Date Filed: 
Mar 5 2010

Original Case # 3:10-cv-00101

"1. This is a civil action for declaratory relief to determine the respective rights and duties of the parties arising out of an insurance coverage dispute concerning a commercial general liability insurance policy and an underlying civil action entitled, Rosie Mae Weathersby v. JohnsonDiversey, Inc., Unisource Worldwide, Inc., Procter and Gamble Distributing LLC..."

UPDATE - December 7, 2010 Case Transferred to Central District of California, New Case #2:10-cv-09369

"Based on the foregoing, while the motion presents a relatively close question, the undersigned finds that transfer of this matter to the Central District of California is appropriate.
Although many of the factors are either neutral or only give slight weight to one court over the other, the undersigned is particularly concerned that key witnesses are located in California that could not be compelled to appear in this forum.  IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that “Defendant ACE American Insurance Company’s Motion To Transfer Venue” (Document No. 19) is GRANTED."

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