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Maslon Elects Attorneys Judah Druck and Jason Reed to the Firm's Partnership

January 1, 2022

Maslon is pleased to announce that attorneys Judah Druck and Jason Reed have been elected to the law firm's partnership, effective Jan. 1, 2022. The election acknowledges their tremendous skill, experience, professionalism, and commitment to client service.

Judah, a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, represents corporate and individual policyholders in insurance coverage and complex business disputes. His experience includes advising clients and litigating actions concerning product liabilities, environmental and toxic tort liabilities, directors and officers-related liabilities, first-party property loss, business interruption, and broker negligence. Judah has recently represented clients in insurance coverage disputes concerning COVID-19 losses. He also maintains a robust commercial litigation practice spanning multiple industries and forums, ranging from representing investment banking firms in federal appeals, to representing medical device manufacturers in federal and state courts, to litigating putative class actions under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). (View full bio.)

Jason, a partner in Maslon's Financial Services Group, focuses his legal practice on corporate trustee representation, issues relating to corporate trust litigation, and bankruptcy concerns. His varied bankruptcy practice includes representation of both secured and unsecured creditors as well as representation of creditors' committees, in addition to defending preference litigation. Jason's practice further includes commercial financing transactions such as commercial lending and asset-based lending. (View full bio.)


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