Operators of vehicle dealerships filed suit alleging breach of contract, conversion, breach of fiduciary duty, and money had and received against an administrator of vehicle service contracts that the plaintiff dealerships had sold to customers in connection with vehicle sales. Plaintiffs complained that defendants had improperly retroceded funds that had been reserved as reinsurance for payments to be made under the vehicle services contracts. The court denied defendant’s motion to dismiss, holding that plaintiffs had stated a plausible claim for relief that the administrator had breached reinsurance agreements that were neither attached to the complaint nor to defendant’s motion to dismiss. The court also held that the economic loss rule did not bar plaintiffs’ conversion and breach of fiduciary duty claim because there was a possibility that plaintiffs could establish with certain (undescribed) facts that a fiduciary relationship existed between the parties. Hoffpauir v. Interstate National Dealer Services, Inc., Case No. A-12-CA-263 LY (USDC W.D. Tex. Jan. 24, 2013).