Mollie Kugler is a Shareholder in the Litigation and Risk Management Practice Group where she focuses her practice on representing and counseling insurance companies in litigation and disputes. Her clients benefit from her extensive coverage claims experience and her comprehensive knowledge of the litigation process, from formulating strategy plans and handling discovery, to drafting and arguing motions, and settlement or—if necessary—trial. A portion of Mollie’s practice is also dedicated to commercial and business litigation.
She has authored several publications for trade associations, including:
Co-Author, “Protect Your Firm from Collateral Damage: Understanding Your Ethical Duties in the Event of a Data Breach,” DRI’s For the Defense magazine, October 2019
“When Do Timing Issues and Payment Discrepancies Constitute Breach of the Duty to Defend?,” Wisconsin Defense Counsel, Summer 2019
Co-Author, “Defense Cost Issues Under D & O Policies,” Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) Journal, Q1 2019 and Wisconsin Defense Counsel, Spring 2018
Mollie’s professional memberships include Defense Research Institute (DRI), National Association of Women Lawyers, Association for Women Lawyers, Wisconsin Defense Counsel (Insurance Law Committee), Milwaukee Bar Association and State Bar of Wisconsin.
Mollie enjoys volunteering for various organizations in the Milwaukee area and is currently serving as the Director of Revenue for the Junior League of Milwaukee. She enjoys traveling, running, tennis and watching Georgetown basketball (some years) while also serving as Georgetown’s Milwaukee-area Chair and Alumni Interviewer for the Georgetown University Alumni Admissions Program.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mollie T. Kugler