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A federal district court in Tennessee has granted an insurer’s motion for summary judgment in a coverage action, finding that consumer complaints against the insureds that preceded the effective date of their policy were “related” to a lawsuit filed by the state’s attorney general against the insureds during the policy’s effective dates, which barred coverage for the attorney general’s action under the policy’s “Related Wrongful Acts” provision. 

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