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John Eggum Discusses Claim Handling Ethics with J.S. Held and McLarens

John Eggum detailed insights and recurring ethical concerns and issues for insurance adjusters during a two-hour seminar, along with McLarens Executive General Adjuster Mark Voronin and J.S. Held SVP and U.S. Operations Building Consulting Lead Jake Mello.

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Michael Sever Sheds Light on Engineering Ethics and Potential Issues with Structural Engineers Association of Illinois

Partner Michael Sever discussed ethics related to architects, professional engineers and structural engineers who work in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin in a recent presentation with SEA-IL.

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Altimease Lowe Named as a Top 40 Under 40 Lawyer by The National Black Lawyers

Altimease has been selected as a member of the National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40. This esteemed recognition acknowledges her exceptional legal accomplishments and strong professional standing based on peer feedback, achievements and performance.

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George Pilja and Michael Errera Obtain Plaintiffs’ Verdict for 100% of Claimed Damages in Warehouse Bailment Loss Involving Alabama’s Second Largest Fire Ever


After a week long trial, a jury returned a unanimous verdict for 100% of nearly $4.5 million in damages claimed by Foran Glennon’s clients in a case involving breach of contract and negligent bailment for the loss of specialty sunroof assembly manufacturing equipment that resulted from a catastrophic warehouse fire. George Pilja served as lead counsel, with Michael Errera serving as co-counsel for Foran Glennon.

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Sean Ravenel Provides Final Reminder in Law360: Florida’s 10-Year Statute of Repose Grace Period Ends July 1, 2024

In a recent Law360 article, Sean shared a final warning for property owners as they have less than a month to file suit for latent defects to their property built 10 or fewer years ago.

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