Attorney Dieter Juedes’ Article “The Breaching Defender? — Navigating Wisconsin’s Breach of Duty to Defend Jurisprudence When an Insurer Provides a Defense” is Featured in the Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal, A Publication of the Wisconsin Defense Counsel

August 27, 2018

Attorney Dieter Juedes, recently authored an article for the Wisconsin Defense Counsel’s Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal, Summer 2018 Edition titled, “The Breaching Defender? — Navigating Wisconsin’s Breach of Duty to Defend Jurisprudence When an Insurer Provides a Defense.”

In his article, Dieter outlines Wisconsin’s duty to defend case law where the insurer provides a defense, but the insured contends the insurer has breached its duty to provide a complete defense. He details the leading Wisconsin cases addressing breach of duty to defend allegations in this context and the implications for insurers and insureds, including the best practices in similar situations.

To read the full article on the Wisconsin Defense Counsel website, please click here.

Dieter is a litigator practicing commercial litigation in both state and federal courts. He has represented businesses and insurers in a wide variety of matters, including commercial disputes, products liability, complex insurance coverage issues, construction defect litigation, and professional liability. For more information on insurance coverage matters, please contact Dieter at djj@mtfn.com or call (414) 273-1300.