Handling Surety And Fidelity Law And Litigation
Representing corporate sureties is a major focus of our practice. Mr. Robertson has approximately 15 years of experience in surety and fidelity litigation. For the first seven years of his practice, he practiced surety and fidelity law almost exclusively. Since founding our Tennessee firm seven years ago, Mr. Robertson has consistently continued to focus on this complex and often misunderstood facet of the law.
We regularly assist sureties throughout the claims process, from coverage evaluation to trial and, if necessary appeal. Mr. Robertson has litigated on behalf of sureties throughout the country and has experience not only in litigating surety and fidelity claims, but also in representing sureties in complex work-outs and bankruptcies. Mr. Robertson also regularly pursues surety indemnity actions.
- Performance and Payment Bonds
- Release of Lien Bonds
- Bid Bonds
- Subdivision Bonds
- Motor Vehicle Dealers Bonds
- Utility Bonds
- Fidelity Bonds
- Reclamation Bonds
- Black Lung Bonds
- PACA Bonds
- Fiduciary and officers Bonds
Reported decisions include:
In re Farmland Industries, Inc., 296 B.R. 793 (8th Cir. B.A.P 2003); Developers Surety and Indemnity Co. v. Martin, 2006 WL 1984425 (E.D.TN July 16, 2006); Universal Bonding Ins. Co. v. Midstate Construction, LLC, 2006 WL 3761813 (E.D.TN Dec. 20, 2006) and 2007 WL 626219 (E.D.TN Feb. 23, 2007); American Southern Ins. Co. v. Maverick Construction & Engineering Corp., 2007 WL 1000804 (W.D.TN March 30, 2007).
Representative clients include Lexon and Bond Safeguard Insurance Companies, American Southern Insurance Company, Erie Insurance Company, and Nationwide Insurance Company.