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Bryan Freeman and Judah Druck to Co-Present a Webinar on Commercial Policy Forms and Basic Insurance Principles for Minnesota CLE

October 14, 2020

Bryan Freeman and Judah Druck, attorneys in Maslon's Litigation Group, will co-present a webinar titled "Insurance: Improve Your Insurance IQ – An Overview of Common Commercial Policy Forms and Basic Insurance Principles," for Minnesota CLE on October 14, 2020. The webinar will detail policies available in the general insurance market, the risks they are intended to cover (and those that they are not intended to cover), and a review of the basic rules of insurance coverage and policy interpretation.

Bryan is a trial lawyer focusing his practice on insurance coverage and complex commercial litigation. He helps business policyholders secure the benefits, protection, and dollars their insurance policies are meant to provide. Bryan has helped his policyholder clients recover millions of dollars in insurance proceeds in disputes over coverage for directors and officers, employment practices, product, environmental, and fiduciary liability as well as in litigation over first-party coverage for fidelity and crime loss, property loss, business interruption, and cyber loss. He has been recognized in the insurance coverage category on the Minnesota Super Lawyers lists since 2013.

Judah represents policyholders and commercial entities in insurance coverage and complex business disputes. His experience spans multiple industries and forums, ranging from representing Fortune 500 companies in federal appeals, to representing business policyholders and medical device manufacturers in federal and state courts, to litigating putative class actions under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Judah also maintains an active pro bono practice, including seeking orders for protection with The Tubman Pro Bono Safety Project and applications for asylum with The Advocates for Human Rights.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE, "Insurance: Improve Your Insurance IQ – An Overview of Common Commercial Policy Forms and Basic Insurance Principles."

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