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Margo Brownell to Co-Present on a Panel at the American College of Coverage Counsel 2021 Annual Meeting

September 23, 2021

Margo Brownell, a partner in Maslon's Litigation and Corporate & Securities groups, will participate on a panel Sept. 23 during the annual meeting of the American College of Coverage Counsel in Chicago. In the session, titled "Can You Climb the Excess Tower and Enjoy the View from Up There?" Margo and her fellow panelists will address the challenges of proving exhaustion of underlying insurance so as to access excess policies.

The American College of Coverage Counsel annual meeting is open to ACCC Fellows. For more information or to register, go to: ACCC 2021 Annual Meeting.

Margo is the head of the firm's Insurance Coverage Group, where she zealously represents top-tier corporate clients, as well as individuals, religious institutions, and nonprofit organizations. Her advocacy has resulted in high-stakes insurance recoveries through litigation, arbitration, and negotiation in the United States and abroad. Specializing in policyholder coverage work for more than 20 years, she has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of her clients.

Margo has expertise in a wide range of insurance products and coverage areas, including mass tort and product liability (in medical technology and life sciences, among other areas), directors' and officers' and professional liability, antitrust and securities liabilities, employment practices liability, asbestos and other toxic torts claims, environmental liability, cyber liability, intellectual property liability, and corporate-owned life insurance (COLI) used for funding executive benefit plans, as well as other life insurance products.

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