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Dustin Cho is a commercial litigator who focuses on representing corporate policyholders in coverage disputes with their insurers. He has helped his clients obtain hundreds of millions of dollars in insurance recoveries for a wide range of liabilities, including shareholder claims, mass torts, government investigations, professional liability, environmental remediation, employment claims, product liability, and antitrust claims. He also assists his clients in obtaining coverage for lost earnings, expenses, property damage, and other first-party losses, including under property, event cancellation, data protection, and other insurance policies.

Mr. Cho is an experienced trial and appellate advocate, and has helped his clients successfully resolve coverage disputes through settlement negotiations and ADR.

  • Representation of clients in diverse industry sectors in connection with coverage for coronavirus-related expenses and earnings losses.
  • Representation of the National Football League in litigation regarding insurance coverage for concussion-related claims.
  • Representation of Merck in litigation for property and business interruption coverage for losses arising out of the NotPetya malware.
  • Representation of major consulting firms in connection with coverage for claims arising out of services they provided to public and private sector clients worldwide.
  • Representation of a chemical manufacturer in connection with claims for property damage allegedly arising out of its products.
  • Representation of a star athlete regarding coverage for disability and loss of value.
  • Representation of major law firms regarding coverage for claims by former clients.
  • Representation of a biotechnology company in connection with coverage for claims for alleged injuries arising from a manufacturing facility.
  • Representation of a heavy equipment manufacturer regarding coverage for product liability and completed operations under a manuscript policy.
  • Representation of securities industry trade association as amicus curiae before state highest court regarding insurance coverage for settlements with the SEC.
  • Representation of manufacturer trade association as amicus curiae before state supreme court regarding insurance coverage for asbestos-related claims.
  • Representation of Public Broadcasting Service in an 18-day evidentiary hearing before the Copyright Royalty Board to determine the allocation of approximately $800 million in cable television copyright royalties among six parties. See Distribution of Cable Royalty Funds, 84 Fed. Reg. 3552 (2019).
  • Representation of media companies before the D.C. Circuit in appeals regarding FCC decisions. See, e.g., Free Press v. FCC, No. 17-1129, 735 F. App’x 731 (D.C. Cir. 2018); Tennis Channel, Inc. v. FCC, 827 F.3d 137 (D.C. Cir. 2016).

Pro Bono

  • Representation of plaintiff whose conviction was vacated after fifteen years of allegedly wrongful imprisonment in a civil rights action against police and prosecutors in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. See Williams v. Connick, No. 12-1274, 2014 WL 172520 (E.D. La. 2014).
  • Representation of plaintiffs challenging the pretextual addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census questionnaire. See Kravitz v. U.S. Department of Commerce, 366 F. Supp. 3d 681 (D. Md. 2019).