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A federal district court in Michigan has ruled that an insurer did not breach an insurance policy by failing to defend and indemnify its insured in an underlying action in which it was alleged that the insured had breached a franchise agreement. The court concluded that the underlying suit did not assert that the insured had engaged in fraud. 

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