Dillard & King is called upon to advise, counsel and consult on a variety of matters on behalf of insurance companies, insurance service firms, developers, manufacturers and others:
DK was called upon to represent a manufacturing concern which failed to file numerous required licenses and permits with the EPA, subjecting itself to fines in the high six figure range. DK negotiated a remittance of those fines, properly filed the necessary paperwork, and implemented a regulatory affairs plan for the manufacturer to avoid future violations…
DK is representing a firm that purchased a large housing development in Southern Alabama-75 units of low rise housing-that was in bankruptcy and disrepair at the time of purchase. The City in which the development was located unilaterally “condemned” the buildings without notice or due process to our client. DK successfully blocked the demolition, forcing the city to draft- for the first time- a demolition ordinance, and forced the city to allow the client an opportunity for renovation.
DK represents a large distributor of off road motorcycles. The distributor buys these motorcycles from China without catalytic converters, the absence of which caused the US customs authorities to impound a shipment of one of our client’s orders, some 100 bikes. DK negotiated the release of the Bikes with the Commerce Department.
DK was retained by a Canadian manufacturer of license plates to halt a “domestic sourcing” bill in the Illinois General Assembly. DK successfully prevented the bill from leaving the rules committee.
DK represents various National Insurance service firm in a variety of matters including, but not limited to, liability analysis, litigation management, claims services, and underwriting and potential liability assessment and counseling.
DK is national counsel for Princeton Commercial Holding, Delaware (PCH) and the National Association of Insurance Litigation Management (NAILM).
DK represents numerous insurance companies and insurance service firms in risk management counseling, loss control evaluation regulatory (state and national) and safety compliance, and liability assessment relative to their insured commercial clients.
DK has recently counseled several insurance companies which insure medical marijuana providers and growers in the state of Michigan, on matters relative to compliance and safety issues for their insureds.