Third-Party Creditor Has No Standing In Bad Faith Claim, Federal Judge Rules

SAN DIEGO – In a July 8 ruling, a California federal judge again granted an insurer’s motion to dismiss a bad faith claim brought against it by a judgment creditor, holding that the creditor had failed to establish in its amended complaint why it had standing to sue (Pacific Pines Racquet Club Owners Association v. Maxum Indemnity Co., No. 10-2273, S.D. Calif.; 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 73719; See 4/28/11, Page 18).
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