Fidelity and Surety Bond ClaimsSwanson, Martin & Bell, LLP’s fidelity and surety attorneys have a nationwide reputation for their expertise and success in fidelity and surety law and have successfully litigated cases all over the United States. Moreover, firm attorneys have written numerous papers and lectured nationwide on variety of fidelity and surety law issues.
Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP attorneys have handled transactions and litigation involving many different surety issues including:
- Bid bonds
- Performance bonds
- Payment bonds
- Mortgage broker bonds
- Automobile dealer bonds
- Wage and welfare bonds, notary bonds, other miscellaneous bonds;
- Indemnity agreements
- Surety financing issues
- Disputes with financing banks
- Disputes with the Internal Revenue Service and bankruptcy trustees over contract funds
- Subrogation disputes
- Professional liability claims involving architects and engineers
- Miller Act claims
The firm has extensive experience in the investigation and defense of fidelity claims and has handled numerous cases involving employee dishonesty, fraud and embezzlement by employees and officers of companies, financial institutions and insurance companies. This includes the defense of claims under financial institution, fiduciary bond and commercial crime policies as well as the prosecution of subrogation claims.
Chicago, February 2, 2021
Illinois Super Lawyers Recognizes 25 Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP Attorneys
Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP announces that 12 attorneys have been named n to the 2021 Illinois Super Lawyers list and 13 have been named to the Illinois Rising Stars list.
Chicago, Lisle, Libertyville, Madison County, January 11, 2021
Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP Attorneys Named Leading Lawyers, Emerging Lawyers for 2021
Those designated Leading Lawyers were recommended by their peers to be among the top lawyers in Illinois.
St. Louis, May 21, 2020
Weishaar Authors Chapter in ABA Arbitration and the Surety Compendium
Weishaar's chapter in Arbitration and the Surety focuses on "Scope and Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses and Requirements."