Tressler LLP

Tressler LLP is a national law firm headquartered in Chicago, with eight offices located in five states - California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Tressler is comprised primarily of attorneys who devote their practice to the representation of the insurance industry in coverage analysis and resolution, litigation, underwriting consultation, product development, defense, claims management and reinsurance.

Tressler attorneys also represent clients in commercial litigation, employment, corporate transactions and intellectual property law. Tressler has one of the most experienced and multi-faceted government law practices in Illinois.

Understandably, there has been a lot of information concerning the novel coronavirus and its impact on insurance, business and, of course, people.  However, there has not been much discussion on what happens if there is a cyber event over the next couple of weeks as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic.  A cyber security breach during the novel coronavirus pandemic could sever the one thread connecting remote employees to their place of work. While…
Understandably, there has been a lot of information concerning the novel coronavirus and its impact on insurance, business and, of course, people.  However, there has not been much discussion on what happens if there is a cyber event over the next couple of weeks as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic.  A cyber security breach during the novel coronavirus pandemic could sever the one thread connecting remote employees to their place of work. While…
Many cities and villages throughout the country are now under “shelter in place” or “stay at home” orders to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. It is essential that board members and property owners understand how to prepare their community and residents during the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic. Tressler’s dedicated HOA and Condo Law attorneys encourage property management companies, boards, community managers and anyone housing residents to follow these important tips: 1. Assess critical and…
Many cities and villages throughout the country are now under “shelter in place” or “stay at home” orders to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. It is essential that board members and property owners understand how to prepare their community and residents during the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic. Tressler’s dedicated HOA and Condo Law attorneys encourage property management companies, boards, community managers and anyone housing residents to follow these important tips: 1. Assess critical and…
Effective through at least April 15th or until further notice, Tressler LLP is urging all of its Condominium or Common-Interest Community Association boards to strongly consider rescheduling any non-essential board meetings or events of 25 people or more. Meetings or events of any size should be reconsidered and remote collaboration tools should be used instead. If remote collaboration is used and in order to comply with the requirement of all board meetings being “open” to owners,…
Effective through at least April 15th or until further notice, Tressler LLP is urging all of its Condominium or Common-Interest Community Association boards to strongly consider rescheduling any non-essential board meetings or events of 25 people or more. Meetings or events of any size should be reconsidered and remote collaboration tools should be used instead. If remote collaboration is used and in order to comply with the requirement of all board meetings being “open” to owners,…
Despite the sophistication in fraudulent schemes, insurers are keeping up with hackers and recognizing the varied approach to the scamming word…and courts are also taking notice. In Mississippi Silicon Holdings, LLC v. AXIS Ins. Co., the United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi found no coverage for an insured who was duped into transferring $1,025,881.13 to a Bulgarian-American Credit Bank believing it was the account of one of its suppliers. 2020 WL 869974…
Despite the sophistication in fraudulent schemes, insurers are keeping up with hackers and recognizing the varied approach to the scamming word…and courts are also taking notice. In Mississippi Silicon Holdings, LLC v. AXIS Ins. Co., the United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi found no coverage for an insured who was duped into transferring $1,025,881.13 to a Bulgarian-American Credit Bank believing it was the account of one of its suppliers. 2020 WL 869974…
In Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London et al. v. ConAgra Grocery Products Company, et al. San Francisco County Superior Court, Case No. CGC-14-53673, a San Francisco Superior Court recently ruled that ConAgra’s insurers are not required to pay its $102 million… Continue Reading → The post California Court Finds Section 533 Applies to Preclude Coverage for Lead Paint Settlement appeared first on Commercial General Liability Dispatch.…
In Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London et al. v. ConAgra Grocery Products Company, et al. San Francisco County Superior Court, Case No. CGC-14-53673, a San Francisco Superior Court recently ruled that ConAgra’s insurers are not required to pay its $102 million… Continue Reading → The post California Court Finds Section 533 Applies to Preclude Coverage for Lead Paint Settlement appeared first on Commercial General Liability Dispatch.…