John McMeekin speaks at 2019 Claims & Litigation Management Annual Conference on March 15
John C. McMeekin II
spoke at the 2019 Claims and Litigation Management (CLM) Annual Conference.
The CLM Conference was held in Orlando, Florida, from March 13-15, 2019.
John was a panelist in a session on March 15 titled “Is There Jurisdiction? The Evolution of Personal Jurisdiction under Daimler and Its Progeny.”
The session focused on the application of the recent Supreme Court cases of Daimler
, BNSF Railway
, and Bristol-Myers Squibb
by appellate and trial courts and examine the “new” factors to consider when a defendant is considering challenging jurisdiction. The panel also covered the current battleground litigation that includes consent jurisdiction and consent by waiver as well as due process considerations. Panelists also discussed cases on the horizon and why these cases are important.
John C. McMeekin II is a partner in our Philadelphia office and a member of our Executive Committee. He represents clients as local, national and trial counsel in environmental, toxic and mass torts product and related class actions, products liability, insurance coverage and aviation litigation. He graduated magna cum laude
from the University of Baltimore School of Law. John is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland and related U.S. District Courts. John is a former firefighter and emergency medical technician, and is Hazmat certified. He has been published in professional and law review journals on a variety of topics related to toxic tort and environmental litigation. He was recently elected Vice Chair of the American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section. He is currently serving as Section Secretary of the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section. He also served as the Section Revenue Officer, Chair of the Toxic Tort & Environmental Law Committee, Chair of the International Law Committee, Chair of the CLE Board and is currently co-Chairing the Corporate Counsel Initiative Task Force. In addition to his service with the ABA, John chaired the Philadelphia Bar Association Environmental and Toxic Tort Law Committee and has been a member of the Delaware Valley Environmental Inn of Court. His significant cases can be found in the BNA Law Reports
and Law 360
. He is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and has been selected as a 2019 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer.
John can be reached directly at: (215) 575-4324 • firstname.lastname@example.org