MUT. SERV. INS. CO. v. FRIT INDUS., INC., 00-15856
In a duty to defend a product liability action, entitlement to attorneys' fees based on the offshore insurers' failure to admit they had a duty to defend, and a determination of the reasonableness of the attorneys' fees, are remanded.
- Decided 02/06/2004
- Published 02/06/2004
JOHN R. GIBSON, Circuit Judge:, Before EDMONDSON, Chief Judge, and KRAVITCH and JOHN R. GIBSON , Circuit Judges.
United States Eleventh Circuit
Clyde C. Owen, Jr., Ball, Ball, Matthews & Novak, P.A., Roger S. Morrow, Morrow, Romine & Pearson, P.C., Montgomery, AL, Jonathan A. Berkelhammer, Allison O. Lanningham, Smith Moore LLP, Greensboro, NC, E. Spencer Parris, Michaels & Jones, Raleigh, NC, for Plaintiffs.
Robert Joseph Filteau,Filteau, Sullivan & O'Rourke, P.C., Houston, TX, Scott A. Lazar, Barrett, Lazar & Lincoln, LLC, Maywood, NJ, for Defendants.