Halliburton Arbitration Not Covered By Policy, Insurer Says

Law360 (March 25, 2019, 4:40 PM EDT) -- St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance has asked a Texas federal judge to declare it isn't on the hook for an oilfield services company's legal costs in defending against claims Halliburton brought over its use of licensed technology for pipe-cutting torches.

St. Paul filed the lawsuit in Fort Worth, Texas, on Friday, seeking the declaration it isn't liable for the arbitration bill under the terms of the policy with MCR Oil Tools LLC because of an exception that it doesn't cover damages related to trade secrets claims. According to the lawsuit, Halliburton sued MCR Oil Tools in Tarrant County in July...

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