4th Circ. Lets Insurers Remove Case Without Contractor's OK

By Bibeka Shrestha (November 18, 2013, 4:01 PM EST) -- The Fourth Circuit held Friday that because an insured contractor was a nominal defendant in a battle among five insurers over a $1 million settlement of faulty construction claims, the contractor did not have to give permission for the suit to be moved from state to federal court....

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