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Insurers Say $1M Harvey Coverage Row Can't Be Remanded

Law360 (February 25, 2019, 8:11 PM EST) -- A group of insurers and underwriters has urged a Texas federal court not to send a more than $1 million dispute over commercial property damage caused by Hurricane Harvey back to state court, arguing Monday that the court can't remand based on allegations the underlying arbitration agreement is unfair.

Commercial property owner Morteza Shafinury had filed the lawsuit against the insurers, which include the German company International Insurance Company of Hannover SE and underwriters at Lloyd's of London, last year after they denied claims over damage caused by the 2017 hurricane. The insurers and underwriters removed the suit to federal court...

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January 4, 2019

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