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Date Posted: Sep 20, 2017

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Location

Orleans
909 Poydras Street, Suite 2300 ,
New Orleans, Louisiana - 70112

Website

http://www.Millinglaw.com

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Staff Size : 23
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08-31-2007

The Firm is pleased to announce that Mr. Stewart and Mr. Robbins have joined our Baton Rouge office. Mr. Stewart specializes in Bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Litigation. Mr. Robbins' specialties are Bankruptcy, Commercial Litigation, Banking, and Corporate Law.
08-31-2007

Tabor v. Anco Insulations, Inc., No. 66,929, 16th Judicial District Court for St. Martin Parish, La. Our client and its insurer cross-moved for summary judgment on boiler and machinery policy coverage. The plaintiffs sued the client alleging that their decedent's exposure to asbestos during machinery repairs in the 1960s caused their decedent's mesothelioma. The client third-partied the insurer alleging that the repairs had been necessitated by covered accidents and breakdowns involving the machinery. The insurer moved for summary judgment on the grounds that the client could not identify any specific accident or breakdown and that notice of the claim was late. We cross-moved for partial summary judgment on liability and were able to show that while we could not identify breakdowns by time and date, they regularly occurred during the plaintiffs' decedent's employment. The court found this evidence sufficient to invoke coverage and held that notice of the plaintiffs' claims five months after the client became aware of them was sufficient. Jim Irvin briefed and argued the cross-motions. He was assisted by team members Mag Bickford, Bill Davis, Philippe Langlois and Jennifer Fiore


Primary Practice Areas

Banking & Corporate, Bankruptcy, Environmental, Governmental Relations & Regulatory, Healthcare, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, Litigation, Natural Resources, Tax & Estates.

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