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A Delaware court has ruled on summary judgment that National Union Fire Insurance Co. must indemnify a multistate extended stay of a hotel chain for up to $10 million it spent defending a now-settled trade secrets lawsuit.  “We’re very happy with the decision, and think that Judge Davis got it exactly right,” said New York Principal Ken Frenchman.  The May 2 ruling said that, while only two of the counts in the underlying 11-count complaint fell within the parameters of coverage National Union provided to client WoodSpring Hotels, the insurer was still obliged to defend the action.

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