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Rikke Dierssen-Morice to Co-Present on a Panel at the American College of Coverage Counsel 2021 Annual Meeting

September 24, 2021

Rikke Dierssen-Morice, a partner in Maslon's Insurance Coverage Litigation Group, will participate on a panel Sept. 24 during the annual meeting of the American College of Coverage Counsel in Chicago. In the session, titled "Coverage counsel as witness: The fine line between 'claims handling' and 'legal advice,'" Rikke and her fellow panelists will discuss an important issue that frequently arises in bad faith litigation. They will also consider the implications of a recent U.S. District Court of Colorado opinion.

The American College of Coverage Counsel annual meeting is open to ACCC Fellows. For more information or to register, go to: ACCC 2021 Annual Meeting.

Rikke, a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, represents commercial policyholders in the U.S. and abroad on insurance claims and in recovery litigation, helping her clients recover hundreds of millions of dollars in insurance proceeds.

Rikke began her career drafting coverage opinions, position letters, and litigating as a part of a national coverage counsel team on all commercial coverages for a major insurer, and she has successfully handled high-stakes insurance claims in bench and jury trials throughout the U.S. Assisting recovery efforts on small to multimillion-dollar insurance claims, Rikke leverages her early experiences as insurer counsel to help her policyholder clients work with claims representatives and coverage counsel to achieve maximum payment. She is skilled at fully and correctly documenting many different types of insurance claims—and is a fierce advocate on behalf of her clients.

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