In a significant insurance coverage ruling, the Texas Supreme Court has ruled that plaintiffs’ judgment against an insured had not been the product of a “fully adversarial proceeding” because the parties had “entered into an agreement” that had “eliminated any meaningful incentive” for the insured to contest the claims.
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