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Thompson HD Lawyers Recognized as SuperLawyers and Rising Star in Insurance Coverage
Gary Thompson and Julie Hammerman were recognized as a DC Super Lawyers in Insurance Coverage for 2023. Kristin Davis was recognized as a DC Rising Star in Insurance Coverage
Thompson HD's Kristin Davis Presents at RIMSWORLD 2023
Thompson HD's Kristin Davis presented "Too Much of a Good Thing? Other Insurance Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them" at the RIMS Thought Leader Theater
All Partners Listed on 2021 Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll
Thompson HD is pleased to announce that Gary Thompson, Julie Hammerman and Kristin Davis all were recognized on the Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll for 2021.
Thompson HD Firm and All Partners Chambers-Ranked in 2022
Thompson HD is proud to announce that the firm and all three partners were ranked in the 2022 Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business.
2022 Washington DC Super Lawyer and Rising Star Lists
Thompson HD is pleased to announce that Gary Thompson was recognized as a DC Super Lawyer in Insurance Coverage for 2022. Kristin Davis was recognized as a DC Rising Star in Insurance Coverage.
Julie Hammerman New Managing Partner
Thompson Hammerman Davis (Thompson HD) is pleased to announce that Julie Hammerman is the new Managing Partner of the firm.
NM Eye Practice's Virus Coverage Suit Survives Dismissal Bid
An ophthalmology and optometry practice in New Mexico avoided dismissal of its COVID-19 coverage suit after a state judge denied Cincinnati Insurance Co.'s effort to get the suit dropped.
Gary Thompson Chairs the DC Board of Elections
Thompson HD is honored to share that Gary Thompson has been nominated by the DC Mayor and unanimously confirmed by the DC Council as the new Chair of the DC Board of Elections.
Med Center's Bad Faith Claim Against Insurer Can Proceed
An eye surgery center sufficiently argued that a CNA Financial Corp. unit acted in bad faith in refusing to cover losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a New Mexico federal judge said, but she found the policyholder's other allegations need refining.