We have previously reported on the procedurally tortured case between the New York Insurance Department, as liquidator of Nassau Insurance Company, and Jeanne Di Loreto to recover assets contended to have been diverted from Nassau. In the latest salvo, defendants New York Insurance Department, William Costigan, and Eric DiNallo, Mark Peters and Andrew Lorin separately moved to dismiss plaintiff Di Loreto’s Complaints seeking to prevent execution of a judgment obtained against her by the New York Liquidation Bureau. The court granted all three motions to dismiss, finding that it lacked jurisdiction over the New York Department, and that the other claims failed to state a claim. Di Loreto v. Costigan, et al., Case Nos. 08-989, 08-990 (USDC E.D. Pa. Feb. 19, 2009).
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Case closed: Eastern District of Pennsylvania dismisses Di Loreto’s claims
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