Insurance Recovery Litigation and Arbitration

Our lawyers have substantial experience representing insureds in a wide range of disputes—against domestic and foreign insurers, against insurance agents and brokers, in lawsuits and appeals, and in arbitrations. Indeed, our lawyers have conducted more than 50 jury trials and arbitrations, and handled more than 50 appellate matters. They have done so in California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas, and in arbitration proceedings inside and outside the United States. Our lawyers have helped clients recover more than $6 billion, and have been widely ranked as among the nation’s best.

Putting it simply, we don’t just talk about legal theories—we advance them as needed on behalf of our clients, with the full capability of handling, as needed, major complex litigation against some of the nation’s largest and best law firms.

Our lawyers have deep experience in a wide range of insurance areas, including:

Bankruptcy

Commercial General Liability

Construction Liability and Losses

Cyber Losses and Liabilities

Directors and Officers

Errors and Omissions / Professional Liability

Employment Practices Liability

Environmental Losses

Event Cancellation

Fidelity and Crime

Food and Product Losses and Liabilities

Intellectual Property

Insurance Broker Liability

Mergers, Acquisitions, and Private Equity Investments

Political Risk

Property and Business Interruption

Warranty and Representation

While our lawyers have deep experience in almost every industry and with almost every type of risk, we are particularly recognized for the depth of our experience with, and results achieved for, energy companies and utilities, manufacturers and retailers, and throughout the sports and entertainment industry (representing talent, Broadway production entities, motion picture studios, record companies, professional sports franchises, publishers, and television companies).

Our lawyers have helped clients recover more than $6 billion.