Jenna Hudson’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation and dispute resolution. She has represented policyholders in both litigation and negotiation with respect to a wide range of insurance coverage matters, including bodily injury and property damage, food-contamination, toxic tort, and representation and warranty insurance. Jenna also advises creditors and post-bankruptcy trusts in the recovery of insurance proceeds.
Jenna currently is involved in nationwide efforts to stem and turn the tide of the opioid epidemic. She represents in litigation multiple states’ attorneys general and multiple sovereign Indian tribes that assert that the prescription opioid industry caused and fueled the opioid crisis. She also is applying her insurance experience to determine the extent to which insurance may be available to fund solutions to the opioid crisis.
In that regard, Jenna was recognized as one of the National Law Review’s 2019 “Go-To Thought Leaders,” which is awarded to less than 1% of the publication’s authors, for her writings on the potential application of insurance to opioid claims.
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