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Joanne Grossman has represented plaintiffs and defendants in complex civil lawsuits, mediations and arbitrations for over 30 years. She has appeared in federal and state courts in numerous jurisdictions, and before arbitration panels in the United States and London. Ms. Grossman has tried insurance coverage disputes involving substantial claims on behalf of corporate policyholder plaintiffs, and major antitrust and environmental lawsuits on behalf of corporate defendants. She also has provided advice to clients seeking insurance coverage for large product liability, property damage, business interruption and contingent business interruption claims.

  • Representation of various industrial companies in state and federal court lawsuits and arbitrations seeking insurance coverage for asbestos and other personal injury product liability claims.
  • Representation of consumer products manufacturer, oil company, and various aerospace and chemical companies in state and federal court lawsuits seeking insurance coverage for environmental liabilities.
  • Representation of major banks in antitrust treble damages action.
  • Representation of consumer products manufacturer and various industrial companies in arbitrations and mediations involving large first party insurance claims.
  • Representation of State of Minnesota in state court actions involving insurance recovery provisions of the State’s Landfill Cleanup Act.
  • Pro bono representation of African-American farmers seeking damages from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for discrimination in historic farm lending practices.