Contract Cases filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
American Guarantee & Liability, et al v. Westchester Surplus Lines Insu, et al
as 08-35264
Plaintiff: EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY, a foreign insurance company
Plaintiff - Appellant: AMERICAN GUARANTEE & LIABILITY INSURANCE CO., a foreign insurance company
Defendant - Appellee: WESTCHESTER SURPLUS LINES INSURANCE COMPANY, a foreign insurance company, ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, also known as Royal Insurance Company, ROYAL INDEMNITY COMPANY, a foreign insurance company, individually and as asuccessor to Royal Insurance Company of America aka Royal Insurance Company and others
Type: Contract Insurance
Evanston Insurance Company, et al v. Westchester Surplus Lines Insu, et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 12-35783
Plaintiff - Appellee: EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY, a foreign insurance company and AMERICAN GUARANTEE & LIABILITY INSURANCE CO., a foreign insurance company
Defendant: WESTCHESTER SURPLUS LINES INSURANCE COMPANY, a foreign insurance company, ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, also known as Royal Insurance Company, NORTHWEST TOWER CRANE SERVICE INC and others
Defendant - Appellant: ROYAL INDEMNITY COMPANY, a foreign insurance company, individually and as asuccessor to Royal Insurance Company of America aka Royal Insurance Company
Type: Contract Insurance
Evanston Insurance Company, et al v. Westchester Surplus Lines Insu, et al
as 10-36133
Plaintiff: EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY, a foreign insurance company
Plaintiff - Appellant: AMERICAN GUARANTEE & LIABILITY INSURANCE CO., a foreign insurance company
Defendant - Appellee: WESTCHESTER SURPLUS LINES INSURANCE COMPANY, a foreign insurance company, ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA, also known as Royal Insurance Company, ROYAL INDEMNITY COMPANY, a foreign insurance company, individually and as asuccessor to Royal Insurance Company of America aka Royal Insurance Company and others
Type: Contract Insurance

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