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Carrie Maylor DiCanio

Office Managing Shareholder / Denver

Profile

Carrie Maylor DiCanio is the managing shareholder of Anderson Kill’s Denver office and a shareholder in the firm’s New York office. Carrie is a member of the firm's insurance recovery, commercial litigation and COVID Task groups, and co-chair of Anderson Kill's Women's Network. Carrie was selected as one of forty nationwide winners, and the sole policyholder attorney, of the Business Insurance 2018 Break Out Award. The award recognizes the next generation of leaders in insurance. Also in 2018, Law360 named Carrie a Rising Star in Insurance. Benchmark Litigation has selected Carrie for inclusion in Benchmark's 40 & Under Hot List in 2018, 2019 and 2020. Carrie is ranked by Chambers USA as Band 1 : Insurance.

“Carrie is able to guide us through complex and sensitive issues with an eye on overall financial cost as well as the value of possible reputational harm.”- Chambers USA

Carrie has recovered valuable insurance proceeds for corporate policyholders in litigation throughout the United States and advised clients extensively on pre-litigation insurance matters. Carrie has litigated and arbitrated claims involving a range of insurance policies, including representations and warranties, D&O, E&O, CGL, environmental, and property. Carrie's non-insurance litigation work focuses on antitrust and securities.

Carrie contributed a chapter to the treatise Litigating Mass Tort Cases focusing on insurance coverage for the defense of mass tort claims such as those involving asbestos and environmental remediation. She has authored numerous amicus briefs for the non-profit United Policyholders, including assisting in the drafting of an amicus brief submitted in the landmark case of Bi-Economy Inc. v. Harleysville Ins. Co., 886 N.E.2d 127 (N.Y. 2008). In Bi-Economy, the New York Court of Appeals ruled that policyholders can recover consequential damages for an insurance company's breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing.

Since 2015, Carrie has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a New York Metro Rising Star for Insurance Coverage.

Honors And Awards

Experience

INSURANCE COVERAGE

Directors & Officers

  • Representation of global retailer with respect to coverage for class actions and government investigations related to alleged violations of federal anti-corruption statute.
  • Representation of financial company with respect to coverage for class actions concerning alleged breach of fiduciary duty.
  • Representation of CEO of investment firm in litigation to recover costs arising out of government investigation.

Environmental

  • Representation of global products supplier in insurance coverage litigation concerning asbestos bodily injury claims.  Travelers Cas. & Sur. Co. v. Alfa Laval Inc., 100 A.D.3d 451 (1st Dep’t 2012) (insurance company must provide “complete defense” to policyholder and defeated insurance company’s appeal of the trial court’s decision).
  • Representation of thread company in litigation concerning insurance coverage for environmental remediation of river.
  • Representation of municipal board of public works in litigation concerning coverage for defense of underlying action alleging physical injury caused by air pollutants allegedly emitted from power plant.
  • Representation of consumer products company with regard to coverage for asbestos bodily injury claims.

Product Liability

  • Representation of global industrial technology company against insurance company’s claim to recoup defense costs paid to defend product liability action. Valley Forge Ins. Co. v. Fisher Klosterman, Inc., No. 1:14-cv-792, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 55485 (S.D. Ohio Apr. 26, 2016) (defeated insurance company’s motion to dismiss counterclaim for bad faith and punitive damages).
  • Representation of pharmaceutical company in litigation concerning products-completed operations hazard coverage for property damage allegedly caused by animal feed additive. Phibro Animal Health Corp. v. National Union Fire Ins. Co., No. A-5589-13T3, 2016 N.J. Super. LEXIS 97 (App. Div. July 14, 2016) (economic loss doctrine does not bar policyholder’s claim for insurance coverage for loss arising from stunted chicken growth).

Property Damage

  • Representation of energy infrastructure company in litigation concerning coverage for property damage and business interruption. National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa. v. TransCanada Energy USA, Inc., 119 A.D.3d 492 (1st Dep’t 2014) (insurance company cannot withhold pre-denial claims file materials as privileged).
  • Representation of quasi-governmental agency in litigation concerning coverage for property damage arising from Superstorm Sandy.
  • Representation of general contractor in litigation to recover loss arising out of subcontractor’s defective work on bus depot.

Antitrust & Securities

  • Representation of global manufacturer against claim for price-fixing.
  • Representation of telecommunications company against class action alleging price-fixing of application-to-person text messages.
  • Representation of hedge fund with regard to claims against securities broker arising from investment in Chinese company.
  • Representation of hedge fund investors with respect to dispute concerning the redemption of shares

Speaking Engagements

21st Annual Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Conference

Anderson Kill / December 7, 2023

Publications

POLICYHOLDERS NEED NOT FEAR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

New York Law Journal / March 20, 2023

POLICYHOLDERS, DO NOT ACCEPT A COVERAGE DENIAL BASED ON “OTHER INSURANCE”

American Bar Association / July 14, 2022

AVOIDING COVERAGE DENIALS BASED ON “OTHER INSURANCE”

Risk Management Magazine (RMM) / March 29, 2022

WAKE-UP CALL: UNDERSTANDING COMMERCIAL FIRE INSURANCE COVERAGE IN THE WAKE OF THE COLORADO WILDFIRE

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / January 14, 2022

PRIVATE COMPANIES ALSO NEED D&O INSURANCE

Corporate Counsel Business Journal / October 29, 2021

KEY CONSIDERATIONS FOR PRIVATE COMPANY AND D AND O INSURANCE

Risk Management Magazine (RMM) / June 24, 2021

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR BUSINESSES AFFECTED BY CIVIL UNREST

Risk Management Magazine / June 15, 2020

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR CIVIL UNREST

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / June 5, 2020

5 THINGS EVERY M&A LAWYER SHOULD CONSIDER WHEN DRAFTING ARBITRATION PROVISIONS

New York Law Journal (NYLJ) / October 28, 2019

LAW360 RISING STAR: ANDERSON KILL’S CARRIE MAYLOR DICANIO

Law360 / August 23, 2018

TRANSACTIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE – FACILITATING INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE TRANSACTIONS AND GETTING YOUR CLAIMS PAID

International Bar Association / August 9, 2018

5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT TRANSACTION LIABILITY INSURANCE

Property Casualty 360 / July 9, 2018

BATTLE LINES DRAWN OVER COVERAGE FOR OPIOID LITIGATION

Corporate Counsel Business Journal / July 6, 2018

IMPROVING CORPORATE MATCHMAKING: THE RISE OF TRANSACTIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

Coverage Journal / June 18, 2018

INSURANCE BROKER LIABILITY: A TALE OF TWO STATES

The New York Law Journal / April 5, 2018

A GUIDE TO TRANSACTION LIABILITY INSURANCE

Risk Management Magazine / March 1, 2018

WILL DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS HAVE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR OPIOID CLAIMS?

Pharmaceutical Law & Industry Report / February 23, 2018

D&O INSURANCE FOR CRYPTOCURRENCY LITIGATION

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / February 15, 2018

FIVE THINGS EVERY RISK MANAGER SHOULD KNOW ABOUT TRANSACTION LIABILITY INSURANCE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 21, 2017

TRANSACTION LIABILITY INSURANCE: WHERE CORPORATE DEALS, INSURANCE CLAIMS-HANDLING INTERSECT

New York Law Journal / October 16, 2017

THEFT AND SEVERE WEATHER: A STORM FOR MARINE CARGO INSURANCE

New York Law Journal / October 27, 2016

YES, YOUR D&O POLICIES COVER FCPA DEFENSE

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel / October 11, 2016

ATTORNEYS’ EYES ONLY? CONFIDENTIAL? REALLY?

NYLitigator magazine / October 4, 2016

CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENTS: TWO LURKING PROBLEMS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / May 9, 2016

SUPREME COURT NARROWS AVAILABILITY OF FEDERAL DIVERSITY JURISDICTION FOR CERTAIN BUSINESS ENTITIES

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / March 18, 2016

FTAIA MAY BAR US COS. FROM RELIEF UNDER US ANTITRUST LAWS

Law360 / December 21, 2015

CORPORATIONS TAKE NOTE: THE FTAIA MAY BAR YOU FROM SUING FOR A PURCHASE MADE BY YOUR FOREIGN SUBSIDIARY

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / November 19, 2015

IDENTIFYING INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR RIOT DAMAGE

Risk Management / June 2, 2015

TRIA REAUTHORIZED: TRIGGERS AND RETENTIONS RAISED

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / January 28, 2015

LIBERATING COVERAGE FOR LIBOR-RELATED LAWSUITS AND INVESTIGATIONS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / July 24, 2012

10 TIPS FOR GETTING CLAIMS PAID

Risk Management / June 12, 2012

WEAR AND TEAR DOES NOT ERODE ORDINANCE OR LAW COVERAGE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 23, 2011

News

Super Lawyers Recognizes 16 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2023

September 25, 2023

Super Lawyers Recognizes 14 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2022

October 21, 2022

NH Medical Society Denounces Insurers’ COVID-19 Science

June 24, 2022

Colo. Insurance Chief Tells Homeowners To Check Fire Losses

January 21, 2022

New Hampshire Superior Court Grants Partial Summary Judgment in Favor Schleicher and Stebbins Hotels in $100 Million Coronavirus Coverage Dispute

June 16, 2021

Super Lawyers Recognizes 18 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2020

October 21, 2020

DiCanio Named to Benchmark Litigation’s 40 & Under Hot List 2020

August 6, 2020

Carrie Maylor DiCanio Three-peats on Benchmark Litigation’s 40 & Under Hot List

August 6, 2020

Cardozo Law Magazine Feature of Carrie DiCanio

October 17, 2019

Anderson Kill Insurance Recovery Attorneys to Speak at RIMS 2019

April 4, 2019

Anderson Kill Named a National Tier 1 Firm by Benchmark Litigation

January 25, 2019

Super Lawyers Recognizes 20 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2018

October 10, 2018

Business Insurance Selects Carrie DiCanio as a winner of the 2018 Break Out Award

May 1, 2018

19 ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS NAMED TO 2017 SUPER LAWYERS AND RISING STARS LISTS

October 6, 2017

ELEVEN ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS SELECTED AS 2016 SUPER LAWYERS, NINE RISING STARS

October 4, 2016

New York Appellate Court Finds for TransCanada in Discovery Dispute with Insurance Companies

August 6, 2014

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Carrie Maylor DiCanio

Office Managing Shareholder , Denver

Profile

Carrie Maylor DiCanio is the managing shareholder of Anderson Kill’s Denver office and a shareholder in the firm’s New York office. Carrie is a member of the firm's insurance recovery, commercial litigation and COVID Task groups, and co-chair of Anderson Kill's Women's Network. Carrie was selected as one of forty nationwide winners, and the sole policyholder attorney, of the Business Insurance 2018 Break Out Award. The award recognizes the next generation of leaders in insurance. Also in 2018, Law360 named Carrie a Rising Star in Insurance. Benchmark Litigation has selected Carrie for inclusion in Benchmark's 40 & Under Hot List in 2018, 2019 and 2020. Carrie is ranked by Chambers USA as Band 1 : Insurance.

“Carrie is able to guide us through complex and sensitive issues with an eye on overall financial cost as well as the value of possible reputational harm.”- Chambers USA

Carrie has recovered valuable insurance proceeds for corporate policyholders in litigation throughout the United States and advised clients extensively on pre-litigation insurance matters. Carrie has litigated and arbitrated claims involving a range of insurance policies, including representations and warranties, D&O, E&O, CGL, environmental, and property. Carrie's non-insurance litigation work focuses on antitrust and securities.

Carrie contributed a chapter to the treatise Litigating Mass Tort Cases focusing on insurance coverage for the defense of mass tort claims such as those involving asbestos and environmental remediation. She has authored numerous amicus briefs for the non-profit United Policyholders, including assisting in the drafting of an amicus brief submitted in the landmark case of Bi-Economy Inc. v. Harleysville Ins. Co., 886 N.E.2d 127 (N.Y. 2008). In Bi-Economy, the New York Court of Appeals ruled that policyholders can recover consequential damages for an insurance company's breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing.

Since 2015, Carrie has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a New York Metro Rising Star for Insurance Coverage.

Honors And Awards

Experience

INSURANCE COVERAGE

Directors & Officers

  • Representation of global retailer with respect to coverage for class actions and government investigations related to alleged violations of federal anti-corruption statute.
  • Representation of financial company with respect to coverage for class actions concerning alleged breach of fiduciary duty.
  • Representation of CEO of investment firm in litigation to recover costs arising out of government investigation.

Environmental

  • Representation of global products supplier in insurance coverage litigation concerning asbestos bodily injury claims.  Travelers Cas. & Sur. Co. v. Alfa Laval Inc., 100 A.D.3d 451 (1st Dep’t 2012) (insurance company must provide “complete defense” to policyholder and defeated insurance company’s appeal of the trial court’s decision).
  • Representation of thread company in litigation concerning insurance coverage for environmental remediation of river.
  • Representation of municipal board of public works in litigation concerning coverage for defense of underlying action alleging physical injury caused by air pollutants allegedly emitted from power plant.
  • Representation of consumer products company with regard to coverage for asbestos bodily injury claims.

Product Liability

  • Representation of global industrial technology company against insurance company’s claim to recoup defense costs paid to defend product liability action. Valley Forge Ins. Co. v. Fisher Klosterman, Inc., No. 1:14-cv-792, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 55485 (S.D. Ohio Apr. 26, 2016) (defeated insurance company’s motion to dismiss counterclaim for bad faith and punitive damages).
  • Representation of pharmaceutical company in litigation concerning products-completed operations hazard coverage for property damage allegedly caused by animal feed additive. Phibro Animal Health Corp. v. National Union Fire Ins. Co., No. A-5589-13T3, 2016 N.J. Super. LEXIS 97 (App. Div. July 14, 2016) (economic loss doctrine does not bar policyholder’s claim for insurance coverage for loss arising from stunted chicken growth).

Property Damage

  • Representation of energy infrastructure company in litigation concerning coverage for property damage and business interruption. National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa. v. TransCanada Energy USA, Inc., 119 A.D.3d 492 (1st Dep’t 2014) (insurance company cannot withhold pre-denial claims file materials as privileged).
  • Representation of quasi-governmental agency in litigation concerning coverage for property damage arising from Superstorm Sandy.
  • Representation of general contractor in litigation to recover loss arising out of subcontractor’s defective work on bus depot.

Antitrust & Securities

  • Representation of global manufacturer against claim for price-fixing.
  • Representation of telecommunications company against class action alleging price-fixing of application-to-person text messages.
  • Representation of hedge fund with regard to claims against securities broker arising from investment in Chinese company.
  • Representation of hedge fund investors with respect to dispute concerning the redemption of shares

Speaking Engagements

21st Annual Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Conference

Anderson Kill / December 7, 2023

Publications

POLICYHOLDERS NEED NOT FEAR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

New York Law Journal / March 20, 2023

POLICYHOLDERS, DO NOT ACCEPT A COVERAGE DENIAL BASED ON “OTHER INSURANCE”

American Bar Association / July 14, 2022

AVOIDING COVERAGE DENIALS BASED ON “OTHER INSURANCE”

Risk Management Magazine (RMM) / March 29, 2022

WAKE-UP CALL: UNDERSTANDING COMMERCIAL FIRE INSURANCE COVERAGE IN THE WAKE OF THE COLORADO WILDFIRE

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / January 14, 2022

PRIVATE COMPANIES ALSO NEED D&O INSURANCE

Corporate Counsel Business Journal / October 29, 2021

KEY CONSIDERATIONS FOR PRIVATE COMPANY AND D AND O INSURANCE

Risk Management Magazine (RMM) / June 24, 2021

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR BUSINESSES AFFECTED BY CIVIL UNREST

Risk Management Magazine / June 15, 2020

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR CIVIL UNREST

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / June 5, 2020

5 THINGS EVERY M&A LAWYER SHOULD CONSIDER WHEN DRAFTING ARBITRATION PROVISIONS

New York Law Journal (NYLJ) / October 28, 2019

LAW360 RISING STAR: ANDERSON KILL’S CARRIE MAYLOR DICANIO

Law360 / August 23, 2018

TRANSACTIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE – FACILITATING INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE TRANSACTIONS AND GETTING YOUR CLAIMS PAID

International Bar Association / August 9, 2018

5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT TRANSACTION LIABILITY INSURANCE

Property Casualty 360 / July 9, 2018

BATTLE LINES DRAWN OVER COVERAGE FOR OPIOID LITIGATION

Corporate Counsel Business Journal / July 6, 2018

IMPROVING CORPORATE MATCHMAKING: THE RISE OF TRANSACTIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

Coverage Journal / June 18, 2018

INSURANCE BROKER LIABILITY: A TALE OF TWO STATES

The New York Law Journal / April 5, 2018

A GUIDE TO TRANSACTION LIABILITY INSURANCE

Risk Management Magazine / March 1, 2018

WILL DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS HAVE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR OPIOID CLAIMS?

Pharmaceutical Law & Industry Report / February 23, 2018

D&O INSURANCE FOR CRYPTOCURRENCY LITIGATION

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / February 15, 2018

FIVE THINGS EVERY RISK MANAGER SHOULD KNOW ABOUT TRANSACTION LIABILITY INSURANCE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 21, 2017

TRANSACTION LIABILITY INSURANCE: WHERE CORPORATE DEALS, INSURANCE CLAIMS-HANDLING INTERSECT

New York Law Journal / October 16, 2017

THEFT AND SEVERE WEATHER: A STORM FOR MARINE CARGO INSURANCE

New York Law Journal / October 27, 2016

YES, YOUR D&O POLICIES COVER FCPA DEFENSE

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel / October 11, 2016

ATTORNEYS’ EYES ONLY? CONFIDENTIAL? REALLY?

NYLitigator magazine / October 4, 2016

CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENTS: TWO LURKING PROBLEMS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / May 9, 2016

SUPREME COURT NARROWS AVAILABILITY OF FEDERAL DIVERSITY JURISDICTION FOR CERTAIN BUSINESS ENTITIES

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / March 18, 2016

FTAIA MAY BAR US COS. FROM RELIEF UNDER US ANTITRUST LAWS

Law360 / December 21, 2015

CORPORATIONS TAKE NOTE: THE FTAIA MAY BAR YOU FROM SUING FOR A PURCHASE MADE BY YOUR FOREIGN SUBSIDIARY

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / November 19, 2015

IDENTIFYING INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR RIOT DAMAGE

Risk Management / June 2, 2015

TRIA REAUTHORIZED: TRIGGERS AND RETENTIONS RAISED

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / January 28, 2015

LIBERATING COVERAGE FOR LIBOR-RELATED LAWSUITS AND INVESTIGATIONS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / July 24, 2012

10 TIPS FOR GETTING CLAIMS PAID

Risk Management / June 12, 2012

WEAR AND TEAR DOES NOT ERODE ORDINANCE OR LAW COVERAGE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 23, 2011

News

Super Lawyers Recognizes 16 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2023

September 25, 2023

Super Lawyers Recognizes 14 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2022

October 21, 2022

NH Medical Society Denounces Insurers’ COVID-19 Science

June 24, 2022

Colo. Insurance Chief Tells Homeowners To Check Fire Losses

January 21, 2022

New Hampshire Superior Court Grants Partial Summary Judgment in Favor Schleicher and Stebbins Hotels in $100 Million Coronavirus Coverage Dispute

June 16, 2021

Super Lawyers Recognizes 18 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2020

October 21, 2020

DiCanio Named to Benchmark Litigation’s 40 & Under Hot List 2020

August 6, 2020

Carrie Maylor DiCanio Three-peats on Benchmark Litigation’s 40 & Under Hot List

August 6, 2020

Cardozo Law Magazine Feature of Carrie DiCanio

October 17, 2019

Anderson Kill Insurance Recovery Attorneys to Speak at RIMS 2019

April 4, 2019

Anderson Kill Named a National Tier 1 Firm by Benchmark Litigation

January 25, 2019

Super Lawyers Recognizes 20 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2018

October 10, 2018

Business Insurance Selects Carrie DiCanio as a winner of the 2018 Break Out Award

May 1, 2018

19 ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS NAMED TO 2017 SUPER LAWYERS AND RISING STARS LISTS

October 6, 2017

ELEVEN ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS SELECTED AS 2016 SUPER LAWYERS, NINE RISING STARS

October 4, 2016

New York Appellate Court Finds for TransCanada in Discovery Dispute with Insurance Companies

August 6, 2014

Awards & Honors
  • Benchmark Litigation: 40 & Under Hot List 2018-2020
  • Super Lawyers: 2023
  • Super Lawyers: 2022
  • Super Lawyers: 2021
  • Super Lawyers: Rising Star 2015-2019
  • Business Insurance: 2018 Breakout Award
Education
  • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D. (Editor-in-Chief, Cardozo Law Review)
  • Vassar College, B.A., with Honors in History
Bar Admissions
  • Colorado
  • New York
Court Admissions
  • United States District Court for the District of Colorado
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Industry Group
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