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  1. Insurance: 40%
    34 years
  2. Litigation: 40%
    34 years
  3. Lawsuits & Disputes: 20%
    34 years

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Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP

30 Rockefeller Plaza
23rd Floor
New York, NY, 10112


NYCurrently registered 198003/07/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Andrew C. Hecker Memorial AwardABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section2015
RecognizedNew York Super Lawyers2009
RecognizedNew York Super Lawyers2008
RecognizedInternational Who's Who of Insurance and Reinsurance Lawyers2007
RecognizedNew York Super Lawyers2007
Edmund S. Muskie Pro Bono AwardABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section2006
RecognizedInternational Who's Who of Insurance and Reinsurance Lawyers2006
RecognizedInternational Who's Who of Insurance and Reinsurance Lawyers2005
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerSquire Patton Boggs (US) LLP2014 - Present
PartnerPatton Boggs LLP2012 - 2014
PartnerDewey & LeBoeuf LLP2007 - 2012
PartnerWerner & Kennedy1987 - 1999
AssocateCabell, Kennedy & French1982 - 1986
Law AssistantNew York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department1979 - 1981
Association namePosition nameDuration
New York State Bar AssociationMemberN/A
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
UnknownA Brief Review of Reinsurance Trends in 20052006
UnknownContract Finality — What a Concept2006
UnknownChapter 15 - Reinsurance2006
UnknownPhysics and the Insurance and Reinsurance Industry2005
Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation ReportA Brief Review of Reinsurance Trends in 20032004
UnknownInsurance Runoff Is Big Business, Interview in All-Star Briefing2004
UnknownThe Judicial Trend Toward a Less Expansive Interpretation of the Follow-the-Fortunes Doctrine2004
UnknownDistrict Court Rejects Jurisdiction of Reinsurance Disputes Under Air Stabilization Act2002
UnknownNew Risks for the New Economy–What Does It Mean for Reinsurers2001
UnknownReinsurance Trials2001
UnknownReinsurance Arbitration and the Year 2000 Problem2000
UnknownClass War By Plaintiff's Lawyers, Year In Review2000
ABA JournalInternational Monitoring, Database Detectives2000
Andrews International Reinsurance Dispute ReporterShould Arbitrators Be Allowed to Be Witnesses?1998
Andrews International Reinsurance Dispute ReporterCompressing the Future: The Movement Toward Reinsurer Responsibility for Contingent Claims1997
UnknownAn Overview of Reinsurance Arbitration1995
Mealey's Litigation Reports: ReinsuranceA Practical Guide to Reinsurance Audits1994
UnknownReinsurance Arbitration . . . Improving the Process1994
Albany Law ReviewThe Availability of Benefit of the Bargain Damages in a Fraud Action Under Section 2-721 of the Uniform Commercial Code1979
UnknownLeveling the Playing Field: An Analysis of Neutrality Issues in Reinsurance ArbitrationN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Albany Law School of Union UniversityLawJD - Juris Doctor1979
City University of New York, Brooklyn CollegePolitical ScienceBA - Bachelor of Arts1976