Lincoln General Insurance Company and U.S. Auto Insurance Services, Inc., as managing general agent for State and County Mutual Fire Insurance Company, entered into general agency agreements and reinsurance agreements. Disputes arose as to the amount due to Lincoln under the agreements, and litigation ensued. Lincoln brought a variety of claims, including breach of contract, misappropriation and conversion, breach of trust and/or fiduciary duties, aiding and abetting breach of trust and/or fiduciary duties and tortious interference with contract. The court found that there was no fiduciary duty involved in these relationships, and essentially found that the relationship was governed by the terms of the written agreements, without any implied torts. It dismissed all of the claims except for the breach of contract and tortious interference with contract claims. Lincoln General Insurance Company v. U.S. Auto Insurance Services, Inc., Case No. 10-2307 (USDC N.D. Tex. Aug. 30, 2012).