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Date: 09-13-2018

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Oklahoma Attorney Mutual Insurance Company v. Christopher Mansfield, et al.

Case Number: CJ-2017-3703

Judge: Rebecca B. Nightingale

Court: District Court, Tulsa County, Oklahoma

Plaintiff's Attorney: Andrew Jayne for Oklahoma Attorney Mutual Insurance Company

Defendant's Attorney: Johnny Paul Akers and Fred Esser for Gayle Boye, Sharon Hart and Kathryn R. Stewart

Stephen Lawrence Andrew and Renee Williams for Catherine Welsh and Jim McGough

John Edward Rooney for David A. Cox

Description: Oklahoma Attorney Mutual Insurance Company v. Christopher Mansfield, David A. Cox, Elizabeth Fox, Gayle Boyle, Sharon C. Hart, Kathryn R. Stewart, Jim McGough, and Catherine Welsh seeking a declaratory judgment determining a real and justiciable controversy among the parties respecting their rights and obligations under a certain insurance contract.

Mansfield was an attorney who practiced in Tulsa County in the area of probate, adoption and guardianships.

Mansfield was appointed a special administrator of the Cox Estate and embezzled funds from the estate.

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Outcome: The Court found that Oklahoma Attorney Mutual Insurance Company was not obligated to defend Manfield and did not provide coverage to him.

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