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Lon H. Johnson
Company
Christian Dichter & Sluga
2700 N Central Ave Ste 1200
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone
(602) 792-1709
Member Bio
lon’s primary practice areas are insurance coverage and bad-faith litigation, but he also has experience with commercial litigation and criminal defense matters. with respect to his insurance practice, lon has worked on coverage disputes arising from a wide range of claims, including medical malpractice, construction defects, securities fraud, and basic torts, and has successfully defended clients against multi-million dollar bad-faith claims. lon graduated in 2012 from the sandra day o’connor college of law, where he worked for the arizona supreme court staff attorneys’ office, judge susan bolton in the united states district court for the district of arizona, and served as senior editor of the sports and entertainment law journal. he was elected president of the student bar association by his classmates and was awarded the dean’s award upon graduation. a new jersey native, lon studied anthropology while an undergraduate at princeton university.

lon serves dri as chair of the insurance law committee (ilc) public service subcommittee, young lawyer liaison to the ilc, and co-editor of the whisper.

lon has published several articles through dri:

• a matter of semantics: understanding the nature of the distinction between insuring clause and exclusion, for the defense, vol. 58, no. 5, may, 2016. available at: dri.org/contentdirectory/public/ftd/2015/09%20september/2015%20ftd%20september%20-%20avoiding%20malpractice%20reporting%20via%20a%20high%20low%20arbitration%20agreeement.pdf
• loophole or life raft? avoiding malpractice reporting via a high/low arbitration agreement, for the defense, vol. 57, no. 9, september, 2015. available at: dri.org/contentdirectory/public/ftd/2016/05%20may/2016%20ftd%20may%20-%20a%20matter%20of%20semantics%20-%20understanding%20the%20nature%20of%20the%20distinction%20between%20insuring%20clause%20and%20exclusion.pdf
• insuring against food-borne illness: a practitioner’s perspective, the whisper, vol. 10 issue 10, november 7, 2014. available at:
http://portal.criticalimpact.com/newsletter/newslettershow5.cfm?contentonly=1&content=21013&id=2541
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Practice Areas
Commercial Litigation
General Litigation
Insurance Law
Professional Liability
DRI Committees
Insurance Law
Insurance Law
Insurance Law
Medical Liability and Health Care Law
Young Lawyers

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