Category: LPP News

Brendan Ross Earns the Certified Litigation Management Professional (CLMP) Designation

Jul 10, 2024 LPP News
We are pleased to announce that partner Brendan Ross has earned the Certified Litigation Management Professional (CLMP) designation. This achievement demonstrates Brendan’s thorough understanding of litigation management, including client relations, coverage perspectives, confidentiality, data management, risk transfer, reporting, and reserving. The CLMP designation is awarded to individuals who attend the […]

LPP’s Wisconsin Practice Grows

Jun 25, 2024 LPP News
Just as our Illinois practice grows intelligently but robustly, LPP continues to expand its services in the state of Wisconsin, too.  Partners Kate Crouch and Steven Becker and associate attorney Samit Minhas are licensed in the state.  While our work thus far has primarily centered around Kenosha, Racine, and the […]

New Faces at LPP

Jun 25, 2024 LPP News
It’s been a busy couple of months at Lindsay, Pickett & Postel!  Both our insurance defense and insurance coverage practices are flourishing with activity, and we are pleased to introduce three new attorneys to our clients and friends. Lindsay, Pickett & Postel is delighted to welcome partner James Barrow to […]

Five LPP Attorneys Named to 2024 Illinois Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List

Jan 26, 2024 LPP News
We are thrilled to announce and celebrate the outstanding achievement of several Lindsay, Pickett & Postel attorneys who have been named to the 2024 Illinois Super Lawyers and Illinois Rising Stars lists. Super Lawyers: Chris Pickett – Insurance Coverage Joseph Postel – Insurance Coverage Katherine Crouch – Insurance Defense Peter Syregelas […]

Illinois Appellate Court Declares Pre-Judgment Interest Statute Constitutional

Jun 12, 2023 LPP News
On June 9, 2023, the 1st District Appellate Court ruled that the Illinois Prejudgment Interest Statute is constitutional, rejecting all of the defendants’ arguments on the unconstitutionality of the statute.  In doing so, the Court determined that the statute does not invade the jury’s province as the exclusive arbiter of […]