Insurers Want Out Of Failed $170M NC Skyscraper Suit

Law360, New York (February 1, 2012, 4:08 PM EST) -- Two insurers on Tuesday tried to untangle themselves from an ongoing breach of contract suit stemming from a failed $170 million Raleigh, N.C., skyscraper, claiming that they have no duty to cover the legal costs of the developers' two executives.

Union Insurance Co. and Fireman's Insurance Co. of Washington, D.C., asked a North Carolina federal judge for declaratory judgment freeing them from any duty to defend Dicky Walia and Sanjay Mundra, both Soleil executives, in a lawsuit filed by architectural firm Perkins & Will Inc....
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Case Title

Firemen's Insurance Company of Washington DC et al v. Glen-Tree Investments, LLC et al


Case Number

7:11-cv-00059

Court

North Carolina Eastern

Nature of Suit

Insurance

Judge

James C. Dever, III

Date Filed

March 18, 2011

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