Illinois Court Finds Coverage In Trademark Case Was Excluded Under Policy

Illinois Court Finds Coverage In Trademark Case Was Excluded Under Policy

ELGIN, Ill. - An Illinois appeals court on Sept. 21 found that a trial court properly entered summary judgment in favor of an insurer, finding that coverage was excluded and that the insurer had no duty to defend a poultry-packaging company in relation to a civil contempt motion filed against it in a trademark and patent dispute (TNI Packaging Inc. v. Hanover Insurance Company,  No. 2-12-0145, Ill. App., 2nd. Dist.; 2012 IL App. [2d] 120145U).

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