Jenna’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation and dispute resolution. She has represented policyholders in both federal and state trial courts with respect to a wide range of insurance coverage matters, including bodily injury and property damage, food-contamination, toxic tort, and directors’ and officers’ coverage. Jenna also advises post-bankruptcy trusts in the recovery of insurance proceeds. In this arena, representative transactions include:
representing one of the world’s largest safety equipment manufacturers in litigation against, and negotiations with, nearly thirty insurance companies over hundreds of millions of dollars in insurance coverage;
litigating and negotiating for post-bankruptcy trusts to successfully obtain insurance coverage for predecessor companies’ asbestos-related and other liabilities; and
securing coverage for insurance claims arising from allegedly tainted peanut butter on behalf of a Fortune 500 food company.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jenna A. Hudson
Jenna Hudson is a partner with Gilbert, and she was named as a 2019 national Law Review Go-To Thought leader for her work illuminating some of the more complex areas of insurance coverage, particularly in the entertainment and sports insurance arenas. Specifically noteworthy is her two-part series on insurance coverage and the opioid epidemic, and observations on insurance concerns for music festival planners, using the notorious Fyre Festival as an anchor in the latter content.