ACE Property & Casualty Insura v. Global Reinsurance Corp of Ame

Plaintiff - Appellee: ACE PROPERTY & CASUALTY INSURANCE CO, as successor in interest to Central National Insurance Company of Omaha, as respects policies issued through Cravens, Dargan & Company, Pacific Coast formerly known as CIGNA Property & Casualty Insurance Company
Defendant - Appellant: GLOBAL REINSURANCE CORP OF AMERICA, FKA Constitution Reinsurance Corp
Case Number: 13-2245
Filed: May 1, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Nature of Suit: Insurance

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Plaintiff - appellee: ACE PROPERTY & CASUALTY INSURANCE CO, as successor in interest to Central National Insurance Company of Omaha, as respects policies issued through Cravens, Dargan & Company, Pacific Coast formerly known as CIGNA Property & Casualty Insurance Company
Represented By: Ellen K. Burrows
Represented By: Christine Gellert Russell
Represented By: Brendan Mcquiggan
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Defendant - appellant: GLOBAL REINSURANCE CORP OF AMERICA, FKA Constitution Reinsurance Corp
Represented By: Robert J. Bates
Represented By: R. Patrick Bedell
Represented By: James W. Christie
Represented By: William F. McDevitt
Represented By: Mark G. Sheridan
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