Liberty Mutual Insurance Company v. Dometic Corporation
||Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
||November 21, 2017
||US District Court for the Northern District of Indiana
||South Bend Office
||Michael G Gotsch
||Robert L Miller
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|February 14, 2020
OPINION AND ORDER GRANTING 64 MOTION for Summary Judgment by Counter Claimant Dometic Corporation and ORDERING both parties to submit briefs with supporting documentation on the issue of damages on this claim within 21 days of the date of this order. Signed by Judge Robert L Miller, Jr on 2/13/2020. (bas)
|March 6, 2019
OPINION AND ORDER: The Court GRANTS Liberty Mutual's motion for judgment on the pleadings, 37 , with respect to Count I of its complaint, which seeks a declaratory judgment of no duty to defend or indemnify under the 2004-2005 policy based on exhaustion; DENIES Liberty Mutual's motion for judgment on the pleadings, 37 , with respect to Count II of its complaint; GRANTS Dometic's motion for judgment on the pleadings, 39 , with respect to Count II of Liberty Mutual's c omplaint to the extent it seeks a declaratory judgment of no duty to defend; DENIES Dometic's motion for judgment on the pleadings, 39 , with respect to Count II of Liberty Mutual's complaint to the extent it seeks a declaratory judgment of no duty to indemnify; DISMISSES WITHOUT PREJUDICE Liberty Mutual's declaratory action to the extent it sought a determination of no duty to indemnify. Dometic's breach of contract counterclaims remain pending. Signed by Judge Robert L Miller, Jr on 3/6/2019. (lhc)
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