6th Circ. Restores $2.75M Insurance Tab In Music Studio Fire

Law360 (September 14, 2020, 10:50 PM EDT) -- The Sixth Circuit has revived a $2.75 million verdict against Hanover Insurance regarding an arson and burglary at the former House of Blues recording studio in Memphis, Tennessee, saying Friday that Hanover failed to preserve the option to question the verdict through a formal motion during trial.

The case concerns insurance payouts stemming from the 2015 arson and burglary of three studios at the former House of Blues. The studio was bought by Chris C. Brown and his Tattooed Millionaire Entertainment LLC. Brown and Brown's intern and associate Daniel Mott ran two studios; rock singer John Falls, who was not a close associate of Brown's, ran...

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