Surgical Co. Says Insurer's J&J Suit Coverage Is Still Disputed

Law360 (April 14, 2021, 10:23 PM EDT) -- A surgical product distributor told a Florida federal court Wednesday that disputed facts over an alleged policy-drafting mistake must be sorted out before it can be determined whether Hallmark Specialty Insurance Co. must defend it against Johnson & Johnson's accusations that it sold counterfeit medical products.

Responding to Hallmark's bid for summary judgment in their coverage dispute, Lion Heart Surgical Supply Corp. provided a detailed account of communications between its insurance broker, Hallmark's underwriter and a Lion Heart officer in an attempt to rebut a list of "undisputed material facts" in Hallmark's motion.

"The court should not allow Hallmark to shirk...

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