Shannon focuses her practice exclusively on insurance subrogation. With nearly two decades of legal experience, Shannon is a trusted adviser to her clients, skillfully handling cases involving catastrophic property damages, cargo claims, maritime losses, construction defect, product liability, professional negligence, and other large losses involving fire, water discharges, and mechanical failures.
Shannon's clients seek her out immediately following a loss to identify and develop theories of liability, retain and oversee experts, and ensure that all aspects of subrogation claims are strategically advanced to maximize recovery potential. She represents insurers throughout the United States and has maximized recoveries by utilizing her aggressive and strategic litigation and negotiation skills.
Prior to joining Cozen O'Connor, Shannon was a partner and vice president of Large Loss & Litigation at her firm. Before focusing her practice exclusively on subrogation, Shannon worked on complex intellectual property litigation in a firm based in Boston. She also clerked for the Minnesota Attorney General's office and spent over a year on numerous high-profile consumer protection cases in the complex litigation division.
Shannon earned her law degree from William Mitchell College of Law and her undergraduate degree from University of Oregon. Before and during law school, she worked with a team of litigators that successfully defended an extremely complex and high-stakes toxic tort class action.