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Primrose Operating Co. v. National Am. Ins. Co.

ELR Citation: ELR 20081
Nos. No. 03-10861, (5th Cir., 08/23/2004)

The Fifth Circuit upheld a district court decision holding that an insurer had a duty to defend an oil company in an underlying suit in which the company was alleged to have polluted a nearby ranch. The insurance contract contained a pollution exclusion clause that would, by itself, bar coverage....

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