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Pittsburgh Corning Parent’s Coverage Dispute With Insurers Dismissed

(September 22, 2016, 11:19 AM EDT) -- PITTSBURGH — Bankruptcy court is not the proper forum for an adversary insurance coverage action filed in the Chapter 11 case of Pittsburgh Corning Corp. (PCC) by PCC parent PPG Industries Inc. because an amended complaint contains no allegations that arise under bankruptcy law, a federal bankruptcy judge in Pennsylvania ruled Aug. 25 in dismissing the 16-year-old proceeding (In re: Pittsburgh Corning Corporation, No. 00-22876 [PPG Industries, Inc., et al. v. Argonaut Insurance Company, et al., No. 00-2201], W.D. Pa. Bkcy.).

(Order available. Document #48-160923-027R.)...
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