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Tiffany to Discuss Ramifications of Illinois Supreme Court Ruling on Insurance and Construction Coverage Case

HeplerBroom attorney Aleen Tiffany

Aleen Tiffany will be part of a two-part panel discussing the ramifications of the recent Illinois Supreme Court ruling in Acuity v. M/I Home of Chicago, LLC, which significantly altered 30 years of Illinois Appellate Court precedent regarding insurance coverage for construction defect claims. Tiffany’s panel will be addressing the practical construction industry ramifications. Information about the hybrid seminar (available both live and via Zoom), which is presented by the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel (IDC), is available on IDC’s website.

Tiffany, a partner in the firm’s Chicago and Crystal Lake offices, focuses her practice on the commercial construction industry, including general liability litigation, coverage, and risk transfer; drafting and negotiating contracts; and related business and corporate matters. In addition to being an experienced trial attorney, Tiffany is a past president of IDC, is a Certified Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist through the International Risk Management Institute, and serves as an approved arbitrator Panelist with the American Arbitration Association, serving both the Construction and Commercial/Insurance panels. She is a Charter Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America, a member of the Society of Illinois Construction Attorneys, and has been named an Illinois Leading Lawyer and an Illinois Super Lawyer in multiple years.


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