Jason Lien and David Suchar, partners in Maslon's Construction & Real Estate Litigation Group, will co-present a session titled "Anatomy of a Bad-Faith Case: Litigating Multi-District, Multi-Defendant, Large-Scale Construction-Related Insurance Coverage and Insurer Bad-Faith Cases," at the three-day Construction SuperConference in San Diego, CA on December 7-9, 2015. The day three session will discuss a single multi-district dispute involving a large construction project in order to give participants perspective on a host of issues that arise when policyholders are confronted with disputes involving multiple parties, several jurisdictions, dozens of current and former corporate employees, and millions of pages of documents and electronic files.
Jason serves as co-chair of Maslon's Litigation Group, and his practice is focused on representing clients from the construction, real estate, financial services, and food industries. Jason also frequently represents policyholders in insurance coverage and bad faith disputes. Prior to joining Maslon in 2002, Jason honed his trial and appellate skills as a Naval Officer with the United States Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps, where he led hundreds of courts-martial, administrative hearings, and military appeals. Jason regularly appears in federal and state court on behalf of food companies, design-build firms, general contractors, architects, specialty contractors, property management companies, real estate owners, and lenders.
David is a partner and co-chair of Maslon's Construction & Real Estate Litigation Group. His construction experience includes defect, payment, lien, and contract litigation as well as all manner of construction-related insurance coverage claims, negotiations, and litigation. A former federal prosecutor, David has acted as first-chair trial counsel for a variety of bench and jury trials in courts across the country. He has also secured millions of dollars in settlements for commercial clients. David frequently presents on construction and insurance coverage issues, and he serves as contributing editor of The Construction Lawyer, the flagship publication of the ABA Forum on Construction Law.
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