Dye Seed Inc. v. Farmland Mutual Insurance Co., No. CV-12-0218-LRS, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 86448 (E.D. Wash. June 19, 2013)

(contract dispute between grass seed broker and buyer; allegations were that lower quality seed from noncontract acres mixed with contracted seed; current lawsuit involved duty to defend by seed broker’s general liability insurance; issue was whether allegations were for selling wrong seed rather than breach of contract; court held under liberal application of a duty to defend, claim of damages for delivery of wrong seed triggers duty to defend and insured granted attorney fees for cost of bringing suit).

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