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July 28, 2014

Glenn F. Fencl

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  • fenclg@jbltd.com
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  • Glenn F. Fencl is co-chair of Johnson & Bell's Insurance group. He concentrates his practice in product liability and insurance coverage. He has handled numerous declaratory judgment coverage trials in several jurisdictions, is lead trial lawyer for several national manufacturers and has more than 25 jury verdicts. Mr. Fencl has given several presentations and has authored numerous articles, including the Comprehensive General Liability chapter for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education treatise “Liability Insurance Coverage Practice.” His success as a trial attorney has been recognized by his peers, who have nominated him with an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

    Mr. Fencl is a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel, the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel, the Chicago and Illinois Bar Associations, Trial Lawyers Club of Chicago, American Arbitration Association, Defense Research Institute and Society of Trial Lawyers. He is also a member of the steering committee of the ALFA Insurance Law Practice Group.

    Mr. Fencl was recently nominated to act as the Program Chair for the ALFA International EPLI seminar that will be held in New York this coming June 2010.
     

  • Johnson & Bell Ltd.

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