Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani Chicago Senior Counsel Jonathan Federman co-authored "Coerced Testimony of a Witness, as Opposed to the Fabrication of Evidence, Should not be Used as a Basis to Satisfy a §1983 Claim For Alleged Due Process Violations in an Underlying Criminal Matter" published by the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law Review. The article discusses Seventh Circuit precedent distinguishing between coercion of witnesses and fabrication of evidence, explaining why the distinction matters.
Federman focuses his practice on insurance coverage litigation, appeals, commercial litigation, and general litigation defense. His practice includes representation of insurance company clients in disputes arising out of commercial general liability, professional liability, business auto, directors and officer and many other types of policies of insurance.
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