Voice of the Defense Bar Spotlights Jackson Walker Win

August 6, 2014 | Mentions

A Jackson Walker victory on behalf of Stewart Title Guaranty Company and Stewart Title Company was recently featured in The Voice, a newsletter published by DRI – The Voice of the Defense Bar.

The feature titled “And the Defense Wins,” in the July 30, 2014, edition of The Voice highlighted Jackson Walker’s successful defense of Stewart Title in a case seeking as much as $2 million for alleged breach of contract, negligent misrepresentation, and Texas Insurance Code claims. The Stewart Title parties were represented by Jackson Walker partners John Koepke and Scott McElhaney. To read the full article about the case, CLICK HERE.

DRI is the largest international membership organization of attorneys defending the interests of business and individuals in civil litigation. The organization is committed to enhancing the skills, effectiveness, and professionalism of defense lawyers; anticipating and addressing issues germane to defense lawyers and the civil justice system; promoting appreciation of the role of the defense lawyer; and improving the civil justice system and preserving the civil jury. For more information, CLICK HERE.

With more than 30 years of trial experience, Mr. Koepke focuses on representing a variety of businesses – as well as representing insurers and employers – in employment, trade secret, intellectual property, and other types of labor law litigation. He has a business litigation–oriented practice for a wide variety of clients, in diverse segments and settings, including Fortune 100 corporations, privately held companies, and healthcare facilities.

As trial and appellate counsel for a variety of companies and individuals, Mr. McElhaney works with clients to cost–effectively resolve a range of complex commercial disputes and employment matters. He regularly appears before federal and state courts and arbitrators for trials and hearings, and he has successfully handled multiple class actions at the trial and appellate level.