Transamerica v. Inst. of London Underwriters, 04-15363
In a case involving coverage for losses of leased of cargo equipment, judgment as a matter of law for defendants is affirmed over plaintiffs' claims of error regarding: 1) the district court's consideration of the dispositive standing issue; 2) waiver of the standing issue; 3) estoppel; and 4) exclusion of evidence.
- Decided 11/22/2005
- Published 11/22/2005
MARCUS, Circuit Judge:, Before HULL, MARCUS and HILL, Circuit Judges.
United States Eleventh Circuit
Kieron F. Quinn, Martin E. Wolf, Quinn, Gordon & Wolf, LLP, Towson, MD, Philip A. Allen, III, Garbett, Bronstein, Stiphany & Allen, P.A., Miami, FL, for Plaintiff-Appellant.
Douglas L. Grundmeyer, Derek A. Walker, Chaffe, McCall, Phillips, Toler & Sarpy, New Orleans, LA, Richard G. Rumrell, Rumrell, Wagner & Costabel, LLP, St. Augustine, FL, Joseph H. Lang, Jr., Sylvia H. Walbolt, Carlton Fields, P.A., Tampa, FL, for Defendants-Appellees.