Disciplined in Sophisticated Defense and Insurance Litigation

A Partner at Butler, Dean S. Rauchwerger practices in our Subrogation and Recovery, Product Liability, Aviation, and Casualty Defense Litigation departments. His practice concentrates on complex, high-profile, multi-million dollar, large loss recovery matters on a national basis in Federal and State Courts.  Dean’s subrogation practice has covered extraordinary building fires, large scale industrial accidents, myriad of explosions, and other disasters involving substantial property damages and lost profit claims. He has prosecuted a variety of loss recovery claims around the country and globally, including self-insured corporate recoveries against responsible third parties, achieving eight-figure, multi-million dollar recoveries. Many of these disasters have been recognized by the National Fire Protection Association on their annual listing of Large Loss Fires and Explosions. Dean's extensive experience includes the catastrophic fire at the First Interstate Tower in Los Angeles, California, the World Trade Center explosion, the massive explosion of an ammonium nitrate fertilizer manufacturing facility, Chicago’s Holy Name Cathedral fire, major explosion and fire at a coal-fired electric utility, metal halide fire litigation, flooding of a high-rise New York City office building, rail car explosion involving chemical waste materials, and a host of other industrial accidents and commercial and business disputes. Dean achieved a record seven figure unanimous jury verdict in Douglas County, Kansas for a catastrophic manufacturing plant explosion.

Dean earned his Bachelor of Arts and Doctor of Jurisprudence degrees from Washington University in St. Louis in 1981 and 1984, respectively.

Dean has considerable experience in substantial multi-party, complex matters. For several years, Dean’s practice was dedicated to aviation–related claims and litigation, involving air crash accidents, aviation property damage, wrongful death and bodily injury, cargo carriers, fixed based operators and airport environmental losses. Dean was involved in high profile aviation accidents, including defending a major air carrier against personal injury and wrongful death claims in multi-district litigation arising out of the Flight 232 Sioux City air crash, defending a regional air carrier against novel handicapped rights claims being prosecuted by public interest groups, and other aviation-related matters. Dean has also undertaken the pro bono prosecution of a major prisoner rights lawsuit involving First Amendment and Section 1983 civil rights claims. He has significant experience in litigating claims against the United States under the Federal Tort Claims Act. Dean's broad experience includes the national defense of a Fortune 100 corporation for product liability claims involving damaged buildings and other physical structures, defending a multitude of toxic tort TCE claims arising out of the groundwater contamination of the Tucson aquifer and prosecuting FTCA claims against the United States.

Dean is a frequent speaker at industry and professional conferences and certified continuing education custom-client seminars, presenting on a wide variety of topics. 

Dean has authored numerous published articles on cutting-edge legal and litigation issues and been quoted in mainstay media sources. Dean has an AV Preeminent rating with Martindale-Hubbell, indicating the highest ranking in legal ability and ethical standards as determined by his peers in the legal community.

Admissions

  • Connecticut
  • Illinois
  • New York

Recognitions

  • AV Preeminent, Martindale-Hubbell

Education

  • Washington University in St. Louis
    Bachelor of Arts
  • Washington University in St. Louis School of Law
    Doctor of Jurisprudence

Memberships

  • Chicago Bar Association
  • Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM)
  • Federal Bar Association
  • International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI)
  • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ARSON INVESTIGATORS (ILLINOIS CHAPTER)
  • Lawyers Club of Chicago
  • National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP)
  • New York State Bar Association

Courts

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, SEVENTH DISTRICT
  • U.S. DISTRICT COURT, CENTRAL DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
  • U.S. DISTRICT COURT, NORTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA
  • U.S. DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
  • U.S. DISTRICT COURT, WESTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
  • U.S. DISTRICT COURT, WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
February 23, 2017 PUBLICATIONIs It Hot in Here? Significant Recovery Opportunities with Boiler Failures

Water boiler failures provide significant recovery opportunities. By understanding how these relatively simple systems work, one can realize that recovery potential and identify the probable failures modes, skillfully directing the recovery investigation, and asserting the proper legal theories that afford recovery.

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November 21, 2016 PUBLICATIONBoom! Maximizing Recoveries in Catastrophic Explosions

An explosion is an extraordinary event that forever changes the psyche of those affected. The bigger the scale of the explosion, the bigger the challenges are to move forward and to develop viable recovery claims. It is a dilemma that requires sophisticated leadership and seasoned subrogation counsel, forensic consultants, and loss adjusters.

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June 27, 2016 PUBLICATIONHistoric Hotel, Restaurant & Nightclub Fires Provide Common Threads for Developing Significant Subrogation Recoveries

Countless fires occur every year. They cause billions of dollars in property losses, and sometimes result in bodily injuries and deaths. Public assembly fires arising out of hotels, restaurants and nightclubs are prone to significant calamities, given the fire risks, types of use, occupancy, and human factors. While fires are frequently avoidable, the fires themselves would oft be smaller in scope “but for” the failures of fire suppression, detection and alarm systems; lack of effective containment; material flammability; and other failures. This article discusses the common thread of historic hotel, restaurant and nightclub fires—many of which are iconic.

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April 15, 2016 PUBLICATIONIt's a Recovery: Opportunities to Recover Advanced Deductibles, LAE and Unpaid Premiums

Reimbursement claims stem from basic contract principles. These recovery rights turn on the promises contained in the insurance policy that the law will enforce. After all, it is all about enforceable promises that give rise to contractual recovery from one’s insured.

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October 13, 2015 PUBLICATION(Un)Reel Legal Ethics: Obscure Critiques of Ethical Issues in Hollywood Films About Civil Litigation

Dean S. Rauchwerger, Geoffrey M. Waguespack, and Jonathan M. Levy of Butler’s Chicago office authored (Un)Reel Legal Ethics: Obscure Critiques of Ethical Issues in Hollywood Films about Civil Litigation, published in NASP’s Subrogator, Fall 2015. The article cleverly explores issues of legal ethics that arise in modern movies involving civil litigation, set in the style as written by movie critics.

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May 05, 2015 PUBLICATIONProduct Liability Blackjack (21) Ways to Win, Bust or Fold!

Strategic thinking in prosecuting or defending product liability actions often mirrors the creativity, gut-check and fortitude to play the winning blackjack hand. As in blackjack, in the litigation game, it is often not how you start but how you finish that decides the winner. Though the cards often favor the house or your adversary, playing your cards to their maximum potential yet recognizing when it is necessary to fold, is vital to smartly beating the odds. Below is a practical checklist of 21 ways to win, bust or fold in your product liability game.

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February 14, 2012 PUBLICATION"Freedom to Contract" Gives Rise to Big Recovery Opportunities from Policyholders for Self-Insured Retentions, Deductible Reimbursements, Retrospective Premiums and Loss Adjustment Expenses

Insurance policies often include language that allows insurers to recover amounts they have advanced for the insured's benefit. For instance, if the insured's policy has a SIR, the policy may contain a provision similar to the following:

We shall have the right but no obligation, in all cases,  to assume charge of the defens and/or settlement of any claim, and, upon our written request, you shall tender such portion of the SIR as we may deem necessary to complete the settlement of such claim.
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October 29, 2009 PUBLICATIONThe Daubert Tango: "Recent Developments In Fire and Explosion Litigation"

In 1923, the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, affirming the exclusion of an expert witness at trial, stated:

Just when a scientific principle or discovery crosses the line between the experimental and demonstrable stages is difficult to define. Somewhere in this twilight zone the evidential force of the principle must be recognized, and while courts will go a long way in admitting expert testimony deduced from a well recognized scientific principle or discovery, the thing from which the deduction is made must be sufficiently established to have gained general acceptance in the particular field in which it belongs.

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October 07, 2008 PUBLICATIONLanding the Knockout Punch: Contacting Another Party's Current And Former Employees Within the Ropes

Winning litigation requires that you and your counsel land the devastating uppercuts at the key moments in the fight. Big opportunities for critical testimony and evidence exist by pursuing permissible ex parte contacts with another party's current and former employees. The ethical ropes and practical tips for effectively contacting and interviewing such witnesses are discussed below.

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December 03, 2007 PUBLICATIONDrowning in Black Water: Water Restoration Contractors' Deviations from Industry Good Practices & Standards of Care Trigger Potential Mold Liabilities

Entry of errant water into a building or other structure can lead to serious mold problems, physical damages and substantial property and business interruption losses. This  article provides a roadmap on developing viable recovery claims against restorative drying contractors who were involved in improper and careless restoration and remediation of water  damaged property. As in any garden-variety tort claim, it is imperative that your counsel appreciate the critical importance of identifying the target contractor's vulnerable liability exposures.

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December 05, 2006 PUBLICATIONUnderwriters Laboratories—The Forgotten Island In The Litigation Seas—"Full Of Fruit"—For Bolstering Or Undercutting Product Integrity

Underwriters Laboratories Inc. ("UL") is a nonprofit organization conducting product safety evaluations. UL Marks are on 19 billion products ( www.ul.com ). As of 2005, there are more than 71,000 manufacturers producing UL-certified products and 97 countries where UL customers are located. UL publishes hundreds of safety standards and disseminates safety information globally.

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August 01, 2006 PUBLICATIONThe Big Daubert Hurdles in Fire & Explosion Litigation

Over a decade has passed since the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc ., 509 U.S. 579 (1993), and it is time to evaluate where we've been, where we are, and where we are headed on the admissibility of expert opinion testimony in fire and explosion cases.

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June 05, 2006 PUBLICATIONA Product Supplier's Liability Exposure for Noncompliance With its Obligation Under the Consumer Product Safety Act and Related alternative Statutory Authorities

Manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers have the obligation to place only those products that are safe for use into the stream of commerce. In addition to those obvious duties, these entities also face significant duties under the Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA) ' and other legislation and regulations enforced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

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May 09, 2006 PUBLICATION"Top-Dog" Depositions The Hurdles to Overcome

High-level executives are frequently sought to be deposed because of their unique corporate roles for, inter alia, policy making, corporate governance and implementing policy compliance and corrective actions. On a tactical basis, the executive deposition is pursued so that your adversary's "figurehead" directly feels the "hot buttons" of your case, real-time, without layers of filtering and spin. "Top-dog" depositions, commonly called "apex depositions," cover a wide range of executives, including CEOs, presidents and other senior management positions.

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May 09, 2006 PUBLICATIONTaking A Closer Look For Deep Pockets

A CORPORATION is a legal entity created by filing certain documents with the state. It offers many benefits that are found in other entities, such as limited liability, centralized management, transferability of ownership, continuity, and taxation. On the other hand, some of these benefits pose problems for securing legal liability when the corporation is used as a shield to avoid liability or to perpetuate a fraud. In these cases, a victim may be left without any avenue of relief. Fortunately, all hope is not lost!

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May 01, 2006 PUBLICATIONAlternative Ways To Use Evidence Of "Other Conduct" That Would Otherwise Not Be Admitted

In developing your case, as plaintiff or defendant, it is important to appreciate the various alternative ways for opening the door to "other conduct" evidence to prove relevant facts at issue. Below is a synopsis of strategic methods and insights for proffering evidence of character for a non-propensity purpose, habit, subsequent remedial measures and prior occurrences/failures.

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January 03, 2006 PUBLICATIONGetting the Winning Edge: Appreciating the Permissible Boundaries, in Qui Tam and Other Litigation Contexts, for Contactiong Your Adversary's Current & Former Employees

To say the least, litigation is frequently competitive, hard-fought and fraught with many hurdles. Developing a winning case requires that you seek the edge at every step in the journey. Big opportunities for marshalling critical testimony and evidence exist by pursuing permissible ex parte contacts with your adversary's current and former employees. Below is a general discussion of the ethical boundaries and practical tips for effectively contacting and interviewing such witnesses

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October 05, 2005 PUBLICATIONCourageous Whistleblowers are not "Left Out In The Cold": Legitimate Justifications Exist for Collecting Evidence of False Claims Act Violations

It is the courage of whistleblowers, standing up in the face of great adversity and overwhelming pressure to "look the other way;' that enables the False Claims Act ("FCA") to fulfill its primary purpose of combating fraud on the U.S. Treasury. By marshalling evidence and collecting company documents, the whistleblower provides the necessary proof to shed light on fraudulent and illegal FCA activities.

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May 03, 2005 PUBLICATIONHow "What We Learned in Little League" Paves the Way for Winning Litigation!"

As in baseball, whether being the batter, pitcher, or outfielder, successful litigation requires a strong belief and conviction that one has the power to shape reality. Certainly, without the batter's confidence that he or she will hit the ball, irrespective of its speed, twists or turns, few home runs would be made, let alone "singles or doubles"

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January 06, 2004 PUBLICATIONGoing Toe-to-Toe With Your Opposing Expert

Experts oftentimes make or break cases.  As knowledge and science have grown, so has the range of experts that parties call upon to advocate their cause.  Not only must a party always look to bolster one's own expert case, a party must simultaneously be mindful of the need to undercut your adversary's expert.  As the client, you want to ensure that your assigned counsel appreciates the following practical ways for tackling the opposing expert during the discovery process

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PUBLICATIONUnraveling The Complexities Of Contractual Disputes

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONDeveloping A Claim Of Successor Liability—A Practical Guide To Recovery When Your Primary Target Defendant Has No Seizable Assets

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONProtective Orders- Not Everything Can Be Swept Under The Rug!

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONSix Critical Steps For Achieving A Successful Mediation

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONAll Is Not Lost Simply Because A Target Defendant Has No Assets—Pull Out The Magnifier And Investigate The Corporate Connections Of Your Target For Alternative Deep Pockets!

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONContracting Outside The Four Corners Of The United States—A Closer Look At The United Nations Convention On Contracts For The International Sales Of Goods

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONThe Top 100 Ways To Build A Winning Recovery Case: Effective Claims Management Of Subrogation Cases

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONMCS90 Endorsements Provide Significant Subrogation Recovery Opportunities

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONSignificant Recovery Opportunities Where An Insured Breaches Its Reimbursement Policy Obligations For Advanced Deductible, Self-Insured

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONBig Daubert Hurdles In Fire & Explosion Litigation—Revisiting The Importance Of Testing An Expert's Theories

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONMass Confusion in Transactional Business: Boilerplate Forms and Competing Contractual Terms Often Lead to a "Battle of the Forms"—Practical Considerations for Minimizing Litigation

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONUnited States' Liability For Negligent Disaster Response Under The Federal Tort Claims Act

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONUndue Delay In Pursuing Subrogation May Result In Missing The Recovery Boat

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONFederal Tort Claims Act: Pursuing Uncle Sam's Deep Pockets By Unlocking The Right Doors

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONRailroad Subrogation And Third Party Recoveries—"Getting Back On Track"

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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PUBLICATIONWhen Businesses Compete Fiercely, Crossing Certain Boundaries May Give Rise To Tortious Interference Claims

If you would like to discuss this topic further, please contact Dean Rauchwerger or directly (312) 462-9147.

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Webinars

January 18, 2018 WEBINARSFire On Wheels - Food Truck Fires: Liabilities & Subrogation Opportunities

Dean Rauchwerger hosted a CLM Webinar on Thursday, January 18th. The topic is "Fire On Wheels - Food Truck Fires: Liabilities & Subrogation Opportunities". 

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August 29, 2017 WEBINARSFire Spread: Practical Strategies for Developing Fire Spread Liability Theories

Dean Rauchwerger, a Partner at Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig, presented a PLRB/NASP Webinar titled “Fire Spread: Practical Strategies for Developing Fire Spread Liability Theories" on August 29, 2017.

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November 18, 2015 WEBINARSRestaurant Fire Spread & Suppression System Failures

This Webinar discusses Restaurant and Nightclub Fires and how failures of fire suppression systems and other fire safety systems can exacerbate fire damages.

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Blog Posts

November 16, 2015 BLOG POSTWest Virginia Supreme Court Allows Landlord's Subrogation against Tenant

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals recently opened the door further for a landlord’s insurer subrogating against a tenant for damages to the landlord’s property.

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Events

March 15, 2018 EVENTCLM 2018 Annual Conference - Subrogating Catastrophic Industrial Accidents: Finding the Holes in the "Swiss Cheese"

Dean Rauchwerger from Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig presented in Houston, TX at the CLM 2018 Annual Conference on the topic of "Subrogating Catastrophic Industrial Accidents: Finding the Holes in the 'Swiss Cheese.'"

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March 30, 2017 EVENTCLM 2017 Annual Conference - Why Small Fires Become Big Fires? Effective Strategies for Developing Fire Spread Recoveries

The panel presentation highlighted fire spread basics, forensic methodologies and practical strategies for developing fire spread subrogation recoveries and the critical liability proof for recurring fire spread scenarios, and the failures that allow small fires to grow large.

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February 22, 2017 EVENT2017 CLM NATIONAL RETAIL, RESTAURANT & HOSPITALITY CONFERENCE - Hotel, Restaurant Nightclub Fires: Strategic Practical Liability Insights From Historic Catastrophes!

This interactive presentation discussed major, historic fires to highlight recurring causes and how failures of fire suppression and safety systems exacerbate damages.  

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October 23, 2016 EVENT2016 NASP Annual Conference | HOTEL, RESTAURANT AND NIGHTCLUB FIRES: CRITICAL LESSONS FROM HISTORIC CATASTROPHES TO THE PRESENT!

NASP 2016 Annual Conference

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June 16, 2016 EVENTProving Products Liability Cases: The Bar has been Raised

A presentation on best practices regarding product liability cases.

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April 06, 2016 EVENT 2016 Annual Conference of The Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) | Annual Conference of The Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM)

Boom! Catastrophic Explosions: Practical Strategies for Maximizing Recoveries

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January 27, 2016 EVENTLoss Executives Association's (LEA) 85th Celebration | Market Share Losses: Conflicts and Controversies

Market Share Losses: Conflicts and Controversies

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November 18, 2015 EVENTRestaurant Fire Spread & Suppression System Failures

Discusses restaurant and nightclub fires and how failures of fire suppression systems and other fire safety systems can exacerbate fire damages.

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September 17, 2015 EVENTSubrogating Market Share Claims

Hobie and Dean discussed the dynamics and many nuances of effectively developing market share recovery claims.

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August 12, 2015 EVENT Fire Investigation & Fire Spread Seminar

Effective Fire Investigations and Fire Spread Liability: Practical Strategies for Prosecuting & Defending

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July 16, 2015 EVENT2015 CLM Southern California Conference | Subrogation - Federal Tort Claims Act: Fundamentals & Practical Strategies for FTCA Recovery Claims Against the United States - The Ultimate Deep Pocket!

Subrogation - Federal Tort Claims Act: Fundamentals & Practical Strategies for FTCA Recovery Claims Against the United States - The Ultimate Deep Pocket!

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March 25, 2015 EVENT2015 CLM Annual Conference | Fire Spread Liability & Challenges: Practical Strategies for Prosecuting & Defending

Fire Spread Liability & Challenges: Practical Strategies for Prosecuting & Defending

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March 01, 2015 EVENTClaims &  Litigation Management Alliance(CLM) Annual Conference | Fire Spread Liability & Challenges: Practical Strategies For Prosecuting & Defending

Fire Spread Liability & Challenges: Practical Strategies For Prosecuting & Defending

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April 01, 2014 EVENTWestern Loss Association Spring Seminar | Suing Uncle Sam - The Ultimate Deep Pocket: Federal Tort Claims Act Recovery Claims

Suing Uncle Sam - The Ultimate Deep Pocket: Federal Tort Claims Act Recovery Claims

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February 01, 2014 EVENTIn-house client seminar

Subrogation: Identification, Preservation, Investigation and Making a Recovery

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November 01, 2013 EVENTAnnual Conference of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP)

FTCA Fundamentals & Practical Strategies

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September 01, 2013 EVENTDeep Pockets: Prosecuting & Defending Government Liabilities: U.S. & Municipalities

"Deep Pockets: Prosecuting & Defending Government Liabilities: U.S. & Municipalities.”

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April 01, 2012 EVENTExecuSummit

FTCA Fundamentals & Strategies: What To Do When The King Does Wrong!

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March 01, 2012 EVENTClaims & Litigation Management Alliance(CLM) Annual Conference

Strategy—The Big Difference Between Winning and Losing

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March 01, 2012 EVENTLitigation Alternatives: Negotiation and Mediation

"Litigation Alternatives: Negotiation and Mediation”

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March 01, 2012 EVENTIn-house client seminar

Litigation Alternatives: Negotiation and Mediation

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January 01, 2012 EVENTNorthwest Loss Association

"Subrogation: Initial Recognition, Roadblocks and Strategies for Effective Recoveries"

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November 01, 2011 EVENTAnnual Conference of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP)

Federal Tort Claims Act: Critical Insights, Emerging Issues & Practical Strategies for Establishing FTCA Liability on the United States

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March 01, 2011 EVENTCouncil on Litigation Management (CLM) Annual Conference

"Herding Cats: Managing Teams of Experts in Complex Litigation"

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February 01, 2011 EVENTIn-house seminar

Jumping Over the Evidentiary Hurdles to Victory!

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September 01, 2010 EVENTPLRB/LIRB Seminar

Subrogation: Initial Recognition, Roadblocks and Strategies for Effective Recoveries

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April 01, 2010 EVENTIn-house client seminar

Experts: The Nuts and Bolts

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April 01, 2010 EVENTExperts: The Nuts and Bolts

"Experts: The Nuts and Bolts"

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March 01, 2010 EVENTPLRB/LIRB 2010 Conference

Federal Tort Claims Act: Suing Uncle Sam

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October 01, 2009 EVENTTaxpayers Against Fraud (TAF) Annual Conference

False Claims Act Ethical Issues

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September 11, 2009 EVENTPanelist for the Enhancing and Striving for Diversity in Law Schools Presentation

Florida Bar's Student Education and Admission to the Bar Committee Meeting

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September 10, 2009 EVENTDefending the Assault / Sex Abuse Case

Nursing Home / ALF Litigation Seminar

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June 01, 2008 EVENTIn-house client seminar

Product Liability: Nuts and Bolts

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June 01, 2008 EVENTProduct Liability: Nuts and Bolts

"Product Liability: Nuts and Bolts"

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April 01, 2008 EVENTPLRB/LIRB Annual Conference

Federal Tort Claims Act: Suing Uncle Sam

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January 01, 2008 EVENTJumping Over Evidentiary Hurdles

"Jumping Over Evidentiary Hurdles"

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July 01, 2007 EVENTNational Webinar Seminar

Suing Uncle Sam Under The Federal Tort Claims Act

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February 01, 2007 EVENTTransportation-Cargo Loss

"Transportation-Cargo Loss"

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November 01, 2006 EVENTNASP Annual Conference

"Pursuing Federal Tort Claims: Uncle Sam – The Ultimate Deep Pocket!"

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Key Points
Practice Area CASE TYPE
  • Aviation
  • Catastrophic Loss
  • Catastrophic Recovery Coordination
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Complex Liability Litigation
  • Construction Defect Litigation
  • Explosions
  • Federal Tort Claims Act Litigation
  • Fire Spread Litigation
  • Manufacturer Liability
  • Mass Torts
  • Products Liability
  • Subrogation
  • Toxic Torts
  • Trucking