The Ohio Casualty Insurance Company v. Holcim (US), Inc. et al
Case Number: 1:2006cv00317
Filed: May 18, 2006
Court: US District Court for the Southern District of Alabama
Office: Mobile Office
Presiding Judge: Bert W. Milling
Presiding Judge: William H. Steele
Nature of Suit: Insurance
Cause of Action: 28:1332 Diversity-Declaratory Judgement
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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October 13, 2010 Opinion or Order Filing 147 Order denying 124 Second MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Industrial Services of Mobile, Inc., granting 128 Second MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by The Ohio Casualty Insurance Company. Judgment will be entered in favor of Ohio Casualty o n all claims joined by and between it, on the one side, and Holcim (US), Inc., Edward Thierry and Dennis Odom, on the other. The Court declares that Ohio Casualty is not obligated to indemnify Holcim (US), Inc., Edward Thierry or Dennis Odom under t he terms of its policy. Holcim's counterclaim against Ohio Casualty for breach of contract is dismissed with prejudice. The Clerk is directed to terminate as parties Ohio Casualty Insurance Company, Edward Thierry and Dennis Odom. This case will proceed to trial with respect to the remaining claims joined by and between Holcim and ISOM. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 10/13/10. (tgw)
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