Ohio Cas. Ins. Co. v. Biotech Pharmacy, Inc., 547 F. Supp. 2d 1158 (D. Nev. 2008)

In the first decision nationally to expressly address an issue of Texas law, the Court predicted that the Texas Supreme Court would, consistent with its prior precedent, find that "a unilateral reservation of rights letter cannot create rights not contained in the insurance policy which include the right to seek reimbursement of defense fees where there was no potential for coverage". In previous cases, the Texas Supreme Court, following Shoshone First Bank v. Pacific Employers Ins. Co., 2 P.3d 510, 515-16 (Wyo. 2000) found that a unilateral reservation of rights letter cannot create a right for an right for an insurer to seek reimbursement of settlement costs based on the logic of the Shoshone case which had expressly found that right extended to seek reimbursement of defense costs.

The Texas Supreme Court reaffirmed its earlier ruling in Matagorda finding in Excess Underwriters at Lloyd's, London v. Frank's Casing Crew & Rental Tools, Inc., 246 S.W.3d 42 (Tex. 2008) that in Texas the same rule applied in an excess policy context.