National Surety Insurance v. Hartford Casualty Insurance

Appellant's Proof Reply Brief

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Reply brief in appeal from the district court's decision that Kentucky law does not permit an excess insurer to sue a primary carrier for bad faith under the doctrine of subrogation.

The Sixth Circuit reversed the district court, holding that Kentucky law does allow such a claim. (Opinion available on JD Supra.)

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | Federal, 6th Circuit, Kentucky | United States


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