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474 F. Supp. 2d 779 *; 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 23208 **
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY OF WASHINGTON, D.C., Plaintiff, v. KLINE & SON CEMENT REPAIR, INC. ET AL., Defendants.
Prior History: Firemen's Ins. Co. v. Kline & Son Cement Repair, Inc., 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 12609 (E.D. Va., Feb. 12, 2007)
insured, pollutant, pollution exclusion, fumes, coverage, sealant, chemicals, ambiguous, parties, unambiguously, dispersal, floor, injuries, irritant, declaratory judgment, inhalation, environmental, contaminant, migration, seepage, courts, epoxy, third-parties, settlement, warehouse, exposure, heating, liquid, justiciable, eurathane
Civil Procedure, Summary Judgment, Entitlement as Matter of Law, Appropriateness, Genuine Disputes, Legal Entitlement, Judgments, Evidentiary Considerations, Need for Trial, Motions for Summary Judgment, Cross Motions, Burdens of Proof, Nonmovant Persuasion & Proof, Insurance Law, Remedies, Declaratory Judgments, General Overview, Constitutional Law, The Judiciary, Case or Controversy, Justiciability, Case & Controversy Requirements, Federal Declaratory Judgments, Obligations of Parties, Insurers, Allegations in Complaints, Liability & Performance Standards, Good Faith & Fair Dealing, Duty to Defend, Business Insurance, Commercial General Liability Insurance, Actual Controversy, Discretionary Jurisdiction, Judicial Officers, Judges, Discretionary Powers, Discretionary Jurisdiction, Factors, Preliminary Considerations, Federal & State Interrelationships, Erie Doctrine, Choice of Law, Forum & Place, Claim, Contract & Practice Issues, Policy Interpretation, Contract Formation, Policy Delivery, Contracts Law, Contract Interpretation, Evidence, Allocation, Exclusions, Burdens of Proof, Ambiguous Terms, Construction Against Insurers, Reasonable Expectations, Plain Language