(October 26, 2016, 11:47 AM EDT) -- FORT MYERS, Fla.— A federal judge in Florida on Oct. 24 dismissed without prejudice a primary and excess insurers’ amended complaint seeking a declaration that they have no duty to defend or indemnify their cancer care service provider insured against underlying class action lawsuits stemming from a 2015 data breach, giving the insurers seven days to cure the deficiencies in their petition (The Charter Oak Fire Insurance Co., et al. v. 21st Century Oncology Investments, No. 16-00732, M.D. Fla.).
(Order available. Document #13-161103-004R.)