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ACE Property and Casualty Insurance Company v. McKesson Corporation et al: Complaint

Complaint seeking "a declaration that it has no obligation to defend or indemnify Defendant McKesson Corporation" regarding "thousands of lawsuits attempting to hold it responsible for contributing to, and profiting from, the epidemic of opioid addiction and abuse that has plagued the nation" in ACE Property and Casualty Insurance Company v. McKesson Corporation, described as "one of the largest wholesale pharmaceutical distributors in the world"; AIU Insurance Company, Arch Reinsurance Limited, of Bermuda; Argo Re Limited, of Bermuda; Aspen Insurance UK Limited, of the United Kingdom; Canopius Underwriting Bermuda Limited, of Bermuda; Endurance Specialty Insurance Limited, of Bermuda; Golden State Insurance Company Limited, of Bermuda; Great Lakes Insurance Company SE, of Germany; Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company, of New York; Lexington Company, of Massachusetts; Liberty Special Markets Agency, of Bermuda; Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's of London, of England; Markel American Insurance Company, of Virginia; Munich Reinsurance America Inc., of New Jersey; National Fire & Marine Insurance Company, of Nebraska; National Union Fire Insurance Company, of New York; North American Capacity Insurance Company, of Missouri; Swiss Re International SE, of Switzerland, and XL Insurance America Inc., of Connecticut, at the Superior Court of the State of California, Orange County.
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File Size: 50.35 MB

Pages:

873

 

Plaintiff(s)/Applicant(s):

ACE Property and Casualty Insurance Company

 

Date:

November 02, 2020

Sector:

Insurance;Litigation

 

Defendant(s)/Respondent(s):

McKesson Corporation;AIU Insurance Company;Arch Reinsurance Limited;Argo Re Limited;Aspen Insurance UK Limited;Canopius Underwriting Bermuda Limited;Endurance Specialty Insurance Limited;Golden State Insurance Company Limited;Great Lakes Insurance Company SE;Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company;Lexington Company;Liberty Special Markets Agency;Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's of London;Markel American Insurance Company;Munich Reinsurance America Inc.;National Fire & Marine Insurance Company;National Union Fire Insurance Company;North American Capacity Insurance Company;Swiss Re International SE;XL Insurance America Inc.

 

Case Number:

Xx Xx Xx


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