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In tort litigation — asbestos bodily injury tort litigation in particular — corporations occasionally are served with (and become parties to) lawsuits in which the plaintiffs named the wrong entity as a defendant to the action. In those instances, does the wrongly named corporation’s insurance company have a duty to defend the action? In a word, yes.

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