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2021 Wisconsin Insurance Case Law Year in Review 2022

Product ID: CA3303D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of businesses have fallen onto desperate economic times. Insurance policyholders have turned to their business interruption insurance policies seeking reprieve for their losses. A flood of litigation has resulted with policyholders wanting clarity from the courts on what pandemic-related losses should be covered by business interruption insurance. The first such case to reach the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Colectivo v. Society, is a must-watch pending appeal.

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Appealing questions

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of businesses have fallen onto desperate economic times. Insurance policyholders have turned to their business interruption insurance policies seeking reprieve for their losses. A flood of litigation has resulted with policyholders wanting clarity from the courts on what pandemic-related losses should be covered by business interruption insurance. The first such case to reach the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Colectivo v. Society, is a must-watch pending appeal.

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Brandon Gutschow, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, represents clients in all phases of complex commercial litigation. Brandon has negotiated and litigated commercial disputes for clients ranging from small closely held companies to largely publicly-traded corporations. His practice focuses on insurance coverage and energy/utility law. Brandon’s experience includes representing major manufacturers in long-tail insurance coverage disputes involving asbestos and environmental claims triggering multiple policies; advising clients across various industries with respect to a broad range of insurance coverage issues, including coverage for cyber/data breaches and strategies for placing and maximizing various types of coverage; representing paper mill in sewerage rate dispute before the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin; representing brewery in water rate case before the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin; representing utility service providers in rate cases and other regulatory matters; representing investment advisors in disputes with customers.

Joseph P. Poehlmann, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, helps clients navigate complex commercial disputes by delivering practical and business-minded solutions. He applies this approach to a variety of legal challenges facing businesses today and understands that every challenge presents unique considerations deserving of equally unique solutions. As an associate in Quarles & Brady’s Commercial Litigation practice, Joe has significant experience litigating clients’ disputes in state and federal courts, while always endeavoring to help clients identify and address potential disruptions before they arrive.

Patrick Proctor-Brown, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, is a member of the firm's Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group. His practice includes a variety of subjects in general civil and commercial litigation with a recent focus on public utility regulation matters, insurance coverage work on behalf of policyholders, and professional malpractice litigation, in addition to litigating complex disputes between businesses. He is also involved in multiple pro bono commitments, including criminal appellate work, the Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic, and domestic abuse and truancy prevention.

Alexandra W. Shortridge, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee, is an attorney in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group at Quarles & Brady LLP. She has experience negotiating and litigating a broad range of substantive areas at all value levels. Her primary focus is insurance coverage, particularly mass tort coverage cases including asbestos, environmental, and sexual abuse claims. She is equipped to advise clients on all aspects of insurance, from placing coverage to litigating claims. Other areas of Alex's practice include defense against class actions, municipal liability, and Wisconsin Fair Dealership law claims.

  • Stay informed on pending business interruption insurance litigation in Wisconsin
  • Receive a quick-hitting summary of the key insurance-related decisions of the past year
  • Get guidance on the major cases to watch in Wisconsin and across the U.S.
  • Be ready to anticipate up and coming issues in insurance coverage litigation
  • Insurance lawyers
  • Civil litigators
  • Tort lawyers
  • Corporate counsel
  • Business lawyers
  • General practitioners
  • Attorneys involved in insurance coverage litigation and/or insurance regulation
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