Following the destruction of the roof of the Louisiana Superdome during Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Louisiana Stadium & Exposition District and its insurers filed suit against RoofTech, who was a roofing consultant on the Superdome roofing project from 2000-2002, along with other subcontractors on the project, for the deficient design of the roof system. RoofTech’s professional liability insurer provided a defense under the terms of its policy. However, USF&G, RoofTech’s commercial general liability insurer, refused to provide RoofTech a defense based on the CGL policy’s professional services exclusion. RoofTech filed a third-party demand against USF&G for defense and indemnity and for bad faith attorney’s fees and penalties. The trial court granted USF&G’s Motion for Summary Judgment, finding that it did not owe its insured a duty to defend under the CGL policy’s professional services exclusion and that USF&G did not act in bad faith when it denied the defense of RoofTech. In a published opinion, Louisiana’s Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of USF&G, holding that it had no duty to defend RoofTech because all of the services RoofTech provided on the roofing project were professional and excluded from coverage under the CGL policy’s professional services exclusion.