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Fidelity and Deposit Co. v. Edward E. Gillen Co.

(United States Seventh Circuit) – Held that a construction company’s surety (an insurance company) may not augment its contractual indemnification rights with the ancient doctrine of quia timet — equitable protection from probable future harm. The construction company allegedly had gone belly up on a government project. Affirmed summary judgment against the surety’s claim.

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