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Heartland Catfish Co. v. Navigators Specialty Ins. Co.

ELR Case

A district court held that an insurer is not liable for damages in connection with environmental cleanup costs stemming from a biofuel firm's recycling of catfish and other oils. The biofuel firm entered into a fat, oil, and grease...

Mid-Monmouth Realty Assocs. v. Metallurgical Indus., Inc.

ELR Case

A New Jersey appellate court ruled that an insurance company must indemnify a realty company for soil removal connected to groundwater contamination at one of its properties. By merger, the realty company became the successor in...

Pa. Mfrs. Ass'n Ins. Co. v. Johnson Matthey, Inc.

ELR Case

A Pennsylvania court denied an insurer's motion for summary judgment, holding that it had no obligation to defend or indemnify toxic waste claims against its policyholder that occurred after the end of its policy. The policyholder was...

Pa. Mfrs. Ass'n Ins. Co. v. Johnson Matthey, Inc.

ELR Case

A Pennsylvania court denied an insurer's motion for summary judgment, holding that it had no obligation to defend or indemnify toxic waste claims against its policyholder that occurred after the end of its policy. The policyholder was...

Wilder Corp. of Delaware v. Thompson Drainage & Levee District

ELR Case

The Seventh Circuit held that a landowner who sold a large parcel of floodplain property to a conservation group may not ask a local drainage district to indemnify him for damages he incurred in an underlying breach of warranty suit...

Indian Harbor Insurance Co. v. United States

ELR Case

The Federal Claims Court held that the U.S. government need not indemnify developers for remediation costs they incurred complying...

Texas Instruments, Inc. v. United States

ELR Case

The Federal Claims court denied the United States' motion to dismiss a company's action to recover over $2 million...

Hulbert v. Port of Everett

ELR Case

A Washington appellate court held that the former owners of contaminated property may be held liable under the state's Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA). Fifteen years after the former owner sold the property to a port, the port...