Read “For the Defense” Column with Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
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Read “For the Defense” Column with Chicago Daily Law Bulletin

Donald Patrick Eckler, a partner in Goldberg Segalla’s Management and Professional Liability and Global Insurance Services groups based in Chicago, publishes a weekly For the Defense column with the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, where he provides a defense counsel’s view of legal news in Chicago and Illinois.

In the column, Pat covers a range of legal trends and emerging issues involving professional liability defense, insurance coverage litigation, and general tort defense.

Pat is active in the organized defense bar both at the state and national level. He is a committee chair, columnist, and board member with both the Illinois Defense Counsel and the Professional Liability Defense Federation. He has also published extensively in professional journals on a wide range of topics, including legal ethics, attorney-client privilege, and Illinois and federal civil procedure. He has also published on substantive areas of law ranging from products liability and toxic torts to premises liability and claims against accountants.


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MORE ABOUT GOLDBERG SEGALLA’S DONALD PATRICK ECKLER:

Donald Patrick Eckler is a highly experienced litigator who focuses his practice on defending lawyers, accountants, insurance brokers, and other professionals in a variety of civil disputes in state and federal courts across Illinois and Indiana. His practice ranges from representing insurers in coverage disputes to defending professionals, businesses, and tort defendants in complex litigation. Pat’s commercial litigation experience involves complex contract disputes and class-action lawsuits. His coverage practice for insurers and the insured involves commercial general liability and personal lines policies, issues involving the duty to defend and indemnify, bad faith, and the application of exclusions.