Thomson Inc. N/K/A Technicolor USA v. Insurance Company of America, et al. - 11/1/12

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Thursday  November 1, 2012 
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10 a.m. 49A05-1109-PL-470. This appeal arises from a declaratory judgment action filed by Thomson against its liability insurers to obtain insurance coverage for a class action toxic tort case pending in Taiwan. In August 2011, the trial court granted partial summary judgment in favor of Thomson as to certain coverage issues and certified its order as a final judgment pursuant to Indiana Trial Rule 56(C). Thomson and the insurers (XL Insurance America, Inc., and Century Indemnity) each filed a notice of appeal from that order. The insurers subsequently filed a motion to dismiss the appeal, which essentially challenges the propriety of the trial court’s certification of its order. Oral argument is being held solely on the insurers’ motion to dismiss.
 

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