Judge Again Finds For Insurers In Coverage Suit Stemming From $2.6M Kickback Scheme

Judge Again Finds For Insurers In Coverage Suit Stemming From $2.6M Kickback Scheme

SCRANTON, Pa. - For the second time this month, a Pennsylvania federal judge on March 19 found that insurers have no duty to defend or indemnify against underlying lawsuits alleging that their insureds participated in a $2.6 million kickback scheme with two Pennsylvania judges (Alea London, et al. v. Pa Child Care LLC, et al.,  No. 3:09-CV-2256, M.D. Pa.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 36987).

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