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Bradley Dlatt counsels corporations on complex insurance coverage matters, including analyzing insurance policies and assisting with policy placement and renewals. Bradley has represented corporate policyholders in insurance coverage disputes concerning, among other areas, directors and officers liability, government investigations, toxic tort liability, antitrust litigation, environmental liability, data breach and cyber liability, commercial property damage, business interruption, employment practices liability, employee theft and dishonesty and intellectual property liability.

In addition, Bradley has experience in preparing case strategy, performing legal analysis, building factual records, managing document productions and privilege logs, engaging in written discovery, deposing fact and expert witnesses, preparing expert reports, briefing dispositive motions, settlement negotiations and drafting of settlement agreements and appellate briefing.

In his pro bono practice, Bradley has obtained a grant of asylum for an undocumented mother and child who fled to the United States after being threatened by gang violence in their home country and successfully prosecuted and settled a civil rights claim on behalf of an incarcerated offender.

The Illinois Supreme Court recently opened the floodgates for class actions under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act and created potentially massive and catastrophic exposure for Illinois businesses. In a close 4-3 ruling, the landmark decision in Latrina Cothron v. White Castle System Inc. holds that every individual scan or transmission of biometric data made