LaBar joins Plunkett Cooney’s Insurance Coverage Practice Group
Attorney Joshua LaBar recently joined the Insurance Coverage Practice Group of Plunkett Cooney, one of the Midwest’s oldest and largest full-service law firms.
A former judicial law clerk to Justice Stephen J. Markman of the Michigan Supreme Court and to Judge Thomas C. Cameron of the Michigan Court of Appeals, LaBar represents leading property and casualty insurance companies in coverage litigation. His practice involves a variety of litigated issues, including environmental contamination, product liability and construction defect claims, among others.
An associate in the firm's Bloomfield Hills office, LaBar graduated, summa cum laude, from Michigan State University College of Law in 2016. While there, he served as Articles Editor of the Michigan State Law Review and received several academic accolades, including jurisprudence awards. LaBar received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan-Flint in 2012.
Plunkett Cooney has long been recognized as having one of the nation’s premier Insurance Coverage Practice Groups. This group’s insurance consulting and litigation practice involves coverage disputes and regulatory proceedings in a range of matters, including, but not limited to, claims of bad faith, toxic torts, personal and advertising injury, construction liability, reformation and rescission, professional liability and first-party property coverage.
Established in 1913, Plunkett Cooney is a leading provider of business and litigation services to clients in the private and public sectors. The firm employs approximately 150 attorneys in seven Michigan cities, Chicago, Illinois, Columbus, Ohio and Indianapolis, Indiana. Plunkett Cooney has achieved the highest rating (AV) awarded by Martindale-Hubbell, a leading, international directory of law firms.
For more information about Joshua LaBar joining Plunkett Cooney, contact the firm’s Director of Marketing and Business Development John Cornwell at (248) 901-4008; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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