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Margo Brownell and Joe Ceronsky to Present at Fidelity Bonds Webinar for Strafford Publications

October 8, 2014

Maslon attorneys Margo Brownell and Joe Ceronsky will co-present at a Strafford Publications webinar titled "Fidelity Bonds: Advocating Direct Loss from Employee Theft, Fraudulent Transactions and Other Covered Events" on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. The faculty for the webinar will provide insurance counsel with a review of covered losses under a fidelity policy, focusing on the "direct cause" issue; recent case law developments, including the impact of MF Global on other employee theft, fraud, and data breach situations; and coverage arguments from both policyholder and insurer perspectives.

Margo Brownell is a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and head of the Insurance Litigation and Insurance Coverage Counseling Groups. She represents commercial policyholders with complex insurance claims under all types of property and liability policies, including commercial general liability, directors and officers liability, professional liability, cyber-liability, and intellectual property liability coverage. In addition, she handles complex property claims, such as those arising from major catastrophic events such as the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina, as well as claims under financial institution bonds and commercial crime policies. Margo is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School, where she teaches insurance law.

Joe Ceronsky is a member of Maslon's Litigation Group and practices in the areas of general business, tort and product liability, and insurance coverage litigation. He has represented businesses of all sizes, as well as individuals, in state, federal, and appellate courts.

For more information on this Strafford webinar, go to: Fidelity Bonds: Advocating Direct Loss from Employee Theft, Fraudulent Transactions and Other Covered Events.


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