Greenwich Stuck In Deutsche Bank Cleanup Coverage Row

Law360, New York (April 29, 2013, 3:32 PM EDT) -- Greenwich Insurance Co. can't escape a lawsuit over the allocation of insurance coverage to defend Deutsche Bank AG units sued by workers claiming debris from the bank's two buildings near Ground Zero made them sick, a New York state judge ruled Monday.

Judge Lawrence K. Marks denied a summary judgment motion during a hearing, finding that the record before him "conclusively demonstrates" that Greenwich Insurance's policy was relevant to Deutsche Bank's claims.

Deutsche Bank insurer Federal Insurance sued a host of insurers first in federal court...
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