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McNeilab, Inc. v. North River Ins. Co.

United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Sep 15, 1987
831 F.2d 287 (3d Cir. 1987)

Summary

refusing to apply reasonable expectations principle where insured was larger than insurer because principle was founded on presumption of disparate bargaining power

Summary of this case from Vargas v. Calabrese

Opinion

86-5751.

Filed: September 15, 1987.

D.N.J., Barry, J., 645 F.Supp. 525.


AFFIRMED.


Summaries of

McNeilab, Inc. v. North River Ins. Co.

United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
Sep 15, 1987
831 F.2d 287 (3d Cir. 1987)

refusing to apply reasonable expectations principle where insured was larger than insurer because principle was founded on presumption of disparate bargaining power

Summary of this case from Vargas v. Calabrese
Case details for

McNeilab, Inc. v. North River Ins. Co.

Case Details

Full title:McNeilab Inc., Appeal of McNeilab Inc. v. North River Ins. Co

Court:United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Date published: Sep 15, 1987

Citations

831 F.2d 287 (3d Cir. 1987)

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