Profile

Cort T. Malone is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's New York and Stamford offices and is the Chair of the firm’s Biometric Liability Insurance Recovery Group. Cort is an experienced litigator, focusing on insurance coverage litigation and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on commercial general liability insurance, cyber insurance, employment practices liability insurance, advertising injury insurance, directors and officers insurance, and property insurance issues. He is also a member of the firm's Restaurant, Retail & Hospitality, Environmental Law, Cyber Insurance Recovery, and COVID Task Force groups.

Cort also possesses extensive commercial litigation experience, including arbitration and alternative dispute resolution relating to a variety of tort, contract, and regulatory disputes. While attending the Fordham University School of Law, Cort was a member of the Fordham Moot Court Board and garnered several awards for both oral argument and brief writing skills at various inter- and intra-school competitions. He spent five years teaching a first-year Legal Writing course as an adjunct professor at Fordham Law.

 

Memberships

Professional Memberships

American Bar Association: Advertising Injury Subcommittee of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee, co-chair
Federal Bar Council
New York State Bar Association
Connecticut Bar Association

Experience

Cort’s recent sample engagements include:

  1. Obtained insurance defense and indemnity contribution toward settlement of class action claims brought against transportation company for alleged violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”).
  2. Successfully procured insurance defense and settlement toward numerous underlying bodily injury claims against major micro-mobility transportation company.
  3. Negotiated and secured specially endorsed insurance coverage for COVID-19 related losses for nationwide hospitality company.
  4. Procured insurance reimbursement for multiple companies that suffered cyber hacking and ransomware losses.
  5. Achieved successful ADR insurance settlement on behalf of major publishing company related to underlying breach of contract and copyright infringement claims.
  6. Tried complex multi-site summary process action in Connecticut state court resulting in successful return of properties to a major commercial developer following argument before, and affirmance by, the Connecticut Supreme Court.
  7. Represented various policyholders to obtain coverage for environmental pollution liabilities, including trial and appeal leading to a jury verdict in favor of coverage for the State of California’s clean-up of the Stringfellow Acid Pits, and ground-breaking California Supreme Court ruling on pollution exclusion interpretation.
  8. Negotiated time-sensitive eight-figure insurance company contribution on behalf of real estate developer.
  9. Obtained insurance coverage on behalf of several manufacturers for claims alleging asbestos bodily injury, including via trials in multiple jurisdictions throughout the U.S. and a Wellington arbitration proceeding on behalf of a Trust created by the Bankruptcy Court.
  10. Represented various corporations in obtaining insurance coverage for governmental claims, including SEC and EEOC investigations and settlements.
  11. Successfully defended D&O policyholders against insurance company attempts to rescind insurance policies on the basis of alleged policyholder misrepresentations.

Speaking Engagements

Litigation After Biometric Privacy Law Violations

HB Litigation Conferences / July 11, 2024

Artificial Intelligence, Real Liabilities and Likely Insurance Coverage Disputes in First Party Claims

National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters / December 6, 2023

Do You Have Insurance Coverage for That Fingerprint? Liability and Insurance Issues Arising Out of Biometrics

Anderson Kill / July 25, 2023

Insurance Coverage for Rising Biometric Liability Exposure

2023 RIMS RISKWORLD Conference / May 1, 2023

RIMS 2022 Annual Conference: “Taking a Bio(metric) Break: Assessing Biometric Liability Risk and Insurance Coverage”

RIMS / April 12, 2022

Common Pitfalls of Certificates of Insurance (RIMS)

RIMS Tampa Bay Chapter / October 16, 2019

A Discussion of the Risks Associated With Business Email Compromise Fraud: Insurance Coverage and Social Engineering, What Policy Lines and Terms Offer the Best Protection

Anderson Kill Presents Its 5th Annual Cyber Insurance Recovery Conference / May 9, 2019

Cyber Liability Underwriting, Coverage Issues

8th Annual Cyber Liability Insurance ExecuSummit / March 19, 2019

Anderson Kill’s 16th Annual Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Conference

Anderson Kill / June 13, 2018

Swipe Right on Insurance: Risks and Coverage Implications for Mobile Apps and Social Media Platforms – RIMS Florida (2018)

RIMS / June 22, 2018

Ten Tips for Getting Claims Paid (2015)

RIMS Southwest Florida Chapter / February 20, 2015

Publications

IN WYNNDALCO, 7TH CIRCUIT HANDS ANOTHER WIN TO POLICYHOLDERS FACING BIPA CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / June 29, 2023

Will Insurance Come To The Rescue In Biometric Data Handling Claims? New Privacy Laws Could Be Kryptonite for Liability Coverage

Risk & Insurance / June 15, 2023

INSURANCE CONSIDERATIONS FOR BIOMETRIC LIABILITY

Risk Management Magazine / April 14, 2023

AMAZON SUED IN FIRST MAJOR BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWSUIT UNDER NYC BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAW

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / March 22, 2023

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES: THE NEW TECHNOLOGY DRIVING THE LITIGATION CONVERSATION

Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation / March 20, 2023

ILLINOIS SUPREME COURT SAYS BIPA CLAIMANTS HAVE FIVE YEARS TO BRING CLAIMS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / February 9, 2023

CALLING ALL ROBO-CALLERS (AND TEXTERS AND EMAILERS)! HOW A RECENT DECISION AND DISSENT PROVIDE AMMUNITION IN THE FIGHT FOR INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TCPA CLAIMS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / December 6, 2022

FIRST BIPA JURY TRIAL RESULTS IN 228 MILLION DOLLAR VERDICT: LIKELY WILL DRIVE NEW INSURANCE POLICY EXCLUSIONS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / November 11, 2022

BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWS: COMPANIES WILL NEED INSURANCE AS PROTECTION FROM NEW AND EXPANDING LIABILITY

Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation / June 1, 2022

WHILE NEW BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWS HAVE LED TO WIDESPREAD LITIGATION AND LARGE SETTLEMENTS, MOST COURTS HAVE HELD THAT INSURANCE COVERS THESE CLAIMS

New York Law Journal / May 20, 2022

ILLINOIS FEDERAL COURT FINDS COVERAGE FOR POLICYHOLDERS FACING CLASS ACTIONS UNDER BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / March 8, 2022

Insurance Implications of NYC’s Biometric Information Law

Risk Management Magazine (RMM) / September 27, 2021

INSURANCE COVERAGE IMPLICATIONS FOR NEW YORK CITY’S NEW BIOMETRIC INFORMATION LAW

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / July 12, 2021

MANAGING RISK OF LIABILITY STEMMING FROM BIOMETRIC TECH AND PRIVACY LAWS

Corporate Counsel Business Journal (CCBJ) / May 27, 2021

THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS CAUSES LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

American Bar Association / March 4, 2021

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR VIOLATIONS OF BIOMETRIC PRIVACY ACTS

NU Property Casual 360 / March 3, 2021

A NEW FRONTIER: INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR VIOLATIONS OF BIOMETRIC PRIVACY ACTS

New York Law Journal (NYLJ) / February 26, 2021

INSURANCE FOR LIABILITY STEMMING FROM BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWS

Corporate Counsel Business Journal (CCBJ) / December 9, 2020

IDENTIFYING INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF THE ILLINOIS BIOMETRIC INFORMATION PRIVACY ACT

Cyber Insurance Alert / October 2, 2020

CONNECTICUT SUPREME COURT TAKES KEY PRO-POLICYHOLDER VIEWS ON ASBESTOS COVERAGE

Connecticut Law Tribune (CLT) / December 4, 2019

FOUR TIPS FOR STARTUPS SEEKING INSURANCE FOR DATA BREACHES

Westfair Communications / April 18, 2019

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR MASS SHOOTING EVENTS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / February 6, 2019

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR MASS SHOOTING EVENTS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / February 6, 2019

HOW YOUR STARTUP’S INSURANCE PROGRAM CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOU

The Business Journals / January 11, 2019

HOW 2 CASES HAVE SETTLED NY INSURANCE ALLOCATION LAW

Law360 / August 15, 2018

ALERT: TWO RECENT DECISIONS IN DISPUTES OVER INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TCPA CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / April 24, 2018

GETTING A HANDLE ON HANDHELD RISKS

Risk Management Magazine / April 18, 2018

TCPA INSURANCE CLAIM ISSUES CONTINUE TO EVOLVE

Law 360 / March 21, 2018

SURVEY OF DEVELOPMENTS IN INSURANCE COVERAGE LAW FOR 2014-2016

Connecticut Bar Journal / January 4, 2018

SWIPE RIGHT ON INSURANCE: RISKS AND COVERAGE IMPLICATIONS FOR MOBILE APPS AND SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / October 6, 2017

RETURNING TO THE MAJORITY RULE: LIABILITY INSURANCE RIGHTS CAN FOLLOW THE LIABILITY

New York Law Journal / December 14, 2015

ANNUAL SURVEY OF DEVELOPMENTS IN INSURANCE COVERAGE LAW FOR 2013

Connecticut Bar Journal / June 1, 2014

BUYING CYBER INSURANCE PROTECTION IN A FAST-EVOLVING MARKET

Insurance Coverage Law Report / July 12, 2013

ANNUAL SURVEY OF DEVELOPMENTS IN INSURANCE LAW

Connecticut Bar Journal / June 1, 2013

WELCOME TO THE LAND OF LIABILITY: AN INSURANCE RECOVERY PRIMER FOR NON-U.S. BUSINESSES WITH U.S. OPERATIONS

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel / October 2, 2012

ADVERTISING-INJURY COVERAGE FOR TRADE DRESS, SLOGANS

American Bar Association: Insurance Coverage Committee / June 28, 2012

STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND

Italy-America Chamber of Commerce / April 23, 2012

FOUR STEPS TO MAXIMIZE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR NON-U.S. BUSINESSES WITH U.S. OPERATIONS THAT MAY BE SUBJECT TO LONG-TERM LIABILITIES

Interleges / March 27, 2012

WHEN INTERPRETING INSURANCE POLICY PROVISIONS, “THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS”

The John Liner Review / November 8, 2011

HOW THE ‘OTHER COVERAGES’ EXCLUSION CAN COST YOU MILLIONS

Risk Management / September 21, 2011

DON’T GET LOCKED OUT – HOW TO SCORE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT CLAIMS

Corporate Counsel / July 8, 2011

BEWARE: AN EXCLUSION THAT CAN COST YOU MILLIONS IN COVERAGE — EVEN WHEN CLAIMS ARE BEING PAID

Corporate Counsel / February 17, 2011

BEWARE: AN EXCLUSION THAT CAN COST YOU MILLIONS IN COVERAGE EVEN WHEN CLAIMS ARE BEING PAID

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / January 31, 2011

SHOULD I CHANGE D&O CARRIERS?

Risk Management / April 10, 2009

THINKING ABOUT SWITCHING INSURANCE COMPANIES? FIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE YOU DO

Corporate Counsel / December 3, 2008

THINKING ABOUT SWITCHING INSURANCE COMPANIES? FIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE YOU DO

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 3, 2008

DOES YOUR D&O POLICY COVER WHAT IT SAYS IT COVERS?

riskVue / November 26, 2007

AVOID THE INSURANCE COMPANY “FORUM SHOPPING-SPREE” – POLICYHOLDERS CAN PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM LITIGATING IN THE WRONG JURISDICTION

Corporate Counsel / September 19, 2007

DOES YOUR D&O POLICY COVER WHAT IT SAYS IT COVERS? AN UNSETTLING TREND IN INSURANCE COVERAGE LITIGATION

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / August 1, 2007

D&O INSURANCE: DON’T LET INSURANCE COMPANIES STOP PAYMENT OF DEFENSE COSTS

riskVue / August 18, 2006

STEPS TO GETTING KEY PERSON CLAIMS PAID

Risk Management / February 1, 2006

DON’T LET THE INSURANCE COMPANIES STOP PAYMENT OF YOUR DEFENSE COSTS

Corporate Counsel / December 30, 2003

News

Biometric Privacy Litigation and Coverage Disputes with John Leonard and Cort Malone

June 14, 2024

Biometric privacy settlements spark insurance coverage battles

February 26, 2024

Biggest General Liability Rulings From 2023’s Second Half

January 1, 2024

Yahoo Wins TCPA Coverage Dispute in CA Supreme Court

January 17, 2023

Experts Say Biometrics Suits, Coverage Fights Far From Over

July 12, 2022

How Safe Is Your Face? Now Is the Time to Guard Against Biometric Data Theft

April 12, 2022

Biometrics Laws and Regulations Poised to Become a Flash Point for Insurers, Market Watchers Say

April 1, 2022

Anderson Kill Partners with RIMS and PERK, A Decade of Educational Programs

October 9, 2015

Connecticut Supreme Court Rules that Getty Properties Corp. Is Entitled to Reclaim Several Service Stations Wrongfully Occupied by Former Station Operators

January 28, 2015

Anderson Kill Forms Cyber Insurance Recovery Group

September 3, 2014

Travelers Still On Hook For Defense Costs In Asbestos Suits

November 23, 2012

New York Appeals Court Upholds Decision Ordering Insurance Company to Provide Defense for Asbestos Claims Under “Joint and Several Liability” Standard

November 14, 2012

CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT RULES THAT INSURANCE COMPANIES HAVE TO PAY “ALL SUMS” AND STACK ALL YEARS OF COVERAGE IN A LANDMARK WIN FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, POLICYHOLDERS, AND THE ENVIRONMENT

August 9, 2012

Anderson Kill Promotes Dennis J. Artese and Cort T. Malone to Shareholder

June 3, 2011

Look Before You Jump From AIG, Attorney Warns

November 10, 2008

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Cort T. Malone

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Profile

Cort T. Malone is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's New York and Stamford offices and is the Chair of the firm’s Biometric Liability Insurance Recovery Group. Cort is an experienced litigator, focusing on insurance coverage litigation and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on commercial general liability insurance, cyber insurance, employment practices liability insurance, advertising injury insurance, directors and officers insurance, and property insurance issues. He is also a member of the firm's Restaurant, Retail & Hospitality, Environmental Law, Cyber Insurance Recovery, and COVID Task Force groups.

Cort also possesses extensive commercial litigation experience, including arbitration and alternative dispute resolution relating to a variety of tort, contract, and regulatory disputes. While attending the Fordham University School of Law, Cort was a member of the Fordham Moot Court Board and garnered several awards for both oral argument and brief writing skills at various inter- and intra-school competitions. He spent five years teaching a first-year Legal Writing course as an adjunct professor at Fordham Law.

 

Memberships

Professional Memberships

American Bar Association: Advertising Injury Subcommittee of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee, co-chair
Federal Bar Council
New York State Bar Association
Connecticut Bar Association

Experience

Cort’s recent sample engagements include:

  1. Obtained insurance defense and indemnity contribution toward settlement of class action claims brought against transportation company for alleged violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”).
  2. Successfully procured insurance defense and settlement toward numerous underlying bodily injury claims against major micro-mobility transportation company.
  3. Negotiated and secured specially endorsed insurance coverage for COVID-19 related losses for nationwide hospitality company.
  4. Procured insurance reimbursement for multiple companies that suffered cyber hacking and ransomware losses.
  5. Achieved successful ADR insurance settlement on behalf of major publishing company related to underlying breach of contract and copyright infringement claims.
  6. Tried complex multi-site summary process action in Connecticut state court resulting in successful return of properties to a major commercial developer following argument before, and affirmance by, the Connecticut Supreme Court.
  7. Represented various policyholders to obtain coverage for environmental pollution liabilities, including trial and appeal leading to a jury verdict in favor of coverage for the State of California’s clean-up of the Stringfellow Acid Pits, and ground-breaking California Supreme Court ruling on pollution exclusion interpretation.
  8. Negotiated time-sensitive eight-figure insurance company contribution on behalf of real estate developer.
  9. Obtained insurance coverage on behalf of several manufacturers for claims alleging asbestos bodily injury, including via trials in multiple jurisdictions throughout the U.S. and a Wellington arbitration proceeding on behalf of a Trust created by the Bankruptcy Court.
  10. Represented various corporations in obtaining insurance coverage for governmental claims, including SEC and EEOC investigations and settlements.
  11. Successfully defended D&O policyholders against insurance company attempts to rescind insurance policies on the basis of alleged policyholder misrepresentations.

Speaking Engagements

Litigation After Biometric Privacy Law Violations

HB Litigation Conferences / July 11, 2024

Artificial Intelligence, Real Liabilities and Likely Insurance Coverage Disputes in First Party Claims

National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters / December 6, 2023

Do You Have Insurance Coverage for That Fingerprint? Liability and Insurance Issues Arising Out of Biometrics

Anderson Kill / July 25, 2023

Insurance Coverage for Rising Biometric Liability Exposure

2023 RIMS RISKWORLD Conference / May 1, 2023

RIMS 2022 Annual Conference: “Taking a Bio(metric) Break: Assessing Biometric Liability Risk and Insurance Coverage”

RIMS / April 12, 2022

Common Pitfalls of Certificates of Insurance (RIMS)

RIMS Tampa Bay Chapter / October 16, 2019

A Discussion of the Risks Associated With Business Email Compromise Fraud: Insurance Coverage and Social Engineering, What Policy Lines and Terms Offer the Best Protection

Anderson Kill Presents Its 5th Annual Cyber Insurance Recovery Conference / May 9, 2019

Cyber Liability Underwriting, Coverage Issues

8th Annual Cyber Liability Insurance ExecuSummit / March 19, 2019

Anderson Kill’s 16th Annual Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Conference

Anderson Kill / June 13, 2018

Swipe Right on Insurance: Risks and Coverage Implications for Mobile Apps and Social Media Platforms – RIMS Florida (2018)

RIMS / April 16, 2018

Ten Tips for Getting Claims Paid (2015)

RIMS Southwest Florida Chapter / February 20, 2015

Publications

IN WYNNDALCO, 7TH CIRCUIT HANDS ANOTHER WIN TO POLICYHOLDERS FACING BIPA CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / June 29, 2023

Will Insurance Come To The Rescue In Biometric Data Handling Claims? New Privacy Laws Could Be Kryptonite for Liability Coverage

Risk & Insurance / June 15, 2023

INSURANCE CONSIDERATIONS FOR BIOMETRIC LIABILITY

Risk Management Magazine / April 14, 2023

AMAZON SUED IN FIRST MAJOR BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWSUIT UNDER NYC BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAW

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / March 22, 2023

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES: THE NEW TECHNOLOGY DRIVING THE LITIGATION CONVERSATION

Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation / March 20, 2023

ILLINOIS SUPREME COURT SAYS BIPA CLAIMANTS HAVE FIVE YEARS TO BRING CLAIMS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / February 9, 2023

CALLING ALL ROBO-CALLERS (AND TEXTERS AND EMAILERS)! HOW A RECENT DECISION AND DISSENT PROVIDE AMMUNITION IN THE FIGHT FOR INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TCPA CLAIMS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / December 6, 2022

FIRST BIPA JURY TRIAL RESULTS IN 228 MILLION DOLLAR VERDICT: LIKELY WILL DRIVE NEW INSURANCE POLICY EXCLUSIONS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / November 11, 2022

BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWS: COMPANIES WILL NEED INSURANCE AS PROTECTION FROM NEW AND EXPANDING LIABILITY

Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation / June 1, 2022

WHILE NEW BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWS HAVE LED TO WIDESPREAD LITIGATION AND LARGE SETTLEMENTS, MOST COURTS HAVE HELD THAT INSURANCE COVERS THESE CLAIMS

New York Law Journal / May 20, 2022

ILLINOIS FEDERAL COURT FINDS COVERAGE FOR POLICYHOLDERS FACING CLASS ACTIONS UNDER BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / March 8, 2022

Insurance Implications of NYC’s Biometric Information Law

Risk Management Magazine (RMM) / September 27, 2021

INSURANCE COVERAGE IMPLICATIONS FOR NEW YORK CITY’S NEW BIOMETRIC INFORMATION LAW

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / July 12, 2021

MANAGING RISK OF LIABILITY STEMMING FROM BIOMETRIC TECH AND PRIVACY LAWS

Corporate Counsel Business Journal (CCBJ) / May 27, 2021

THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS CAUSES LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

American Bar Association / March 4, 2021

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR VIOLATIONS OF BIOMETRIC PRIVACY ACTS

NU Property Casual 360 / March 3, 2021

A NEW FRONTIER: INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR VIOLATIONS OF BIOMETRIC PRIVACY ACTS

New York Law Journal (NYLJ) / February 26, 2021

INSURANCE FOR LIABILITY STEMMING FROM BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAWS

Corporate Counsel Business Journal (CCBJ) / December 9, 2020

IDENTIFYING INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF THE ILLINOIS BIOMETRIC INFORMATION PRIVACY ACT

Cyber Insurance Alert / October 2, 2020

CONNECTICUT SUPREME COURT TAKES KEY PRO-POLICYHOLDER VIEWS ON ASBESTOS COVERAGE

Connecticut Law Tribune (CLT) / December 4, 2019

FOUR TIPS FOR STARTUPS SEEKING INSURANCE FOR DATA BREACHES

Westfair Communications / April 18, 2019

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR MASS SHOOTING EVENTS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / February 6, 2019

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR MASS SHOOTING EVENTS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / February 6, 2019

HOW YOUR STARTUP’S INSURANCE PROGRAM CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOU

The Business Journals / January 11, 2019

HOW 2 CASES HAVE SETTLED NY INSURANCE ALLOCATION LAW

Law360 / August 15, 2018

ALERT: TWO RECENT DECISIONS IN DISPUTES OVER INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TCPA CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / April 24, 2018

GETTING A HANDLE ON HANDHELD RISKS

Risk Management Magazine / April 18, 2018

TCPA INSURANCE CLAIM ISSUES CONTINUE TO EVOLVE

Law 360 / March 21, 2018

SURVEY OF DEVELOPMENTS IN INSURANCE COVERAGE LAW FOR 2014-2016

Connecticut Bar Journal / January 4, 2018

SWIPE RIGHT ON INSURANCE: RISKS AND COVERAGE IMPLICATIONS FOR MOBILE APPS AND SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / October 6, 2017

RETURNING TO THE MAJORITY RULE: LIABILITY INSURANCE RIGHTS CAN FOLLOW THE LIABILITY

New York Law Journal / December 14, 2015

ANNUAL SURVEY OF DEVELOPMENTS IN INSURANCE COVERAGE LAW FOR 2013

Connecticut Bar Journal / June 1, 2014

BUYING CYBER INSURANCE PROTECTION IN A FAST-EVOLVING MARKET

Insurance Coverage Law Report / July 12, 2013

ANNUAL SURVEY OF DEVELOPMENTS IN INSURANCE LAW

Connecticut Bar Journal / June 1, 2013

WELCOME TO THE LAND OF LIABILITY: AN INSURANCE RECOVERY PRIMER FOR NON-U.S. BUSINESSES WITH U.S. OPERATIONS

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel / October 2, 2012

ADVERTISING-INJURY COVERAGE FOR TRADE DRESS, SLOGANS

American Bar Association: Insurance Coverage Committee / June 28, 2012

STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND

Italy-America Chamber of Commerce / April 23, 2012

FOUR STEPS TO MAXIMIZE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR NON-U.S. BUSINESSES WITH U.S. OPERATIONS THAT MAY BE SUBJECT TO LONG-TERM LIABILITIES

Interleges / March 27, 2012

WHEN INTERPRETING INSURANCE POLICY PROVISIONS, “THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS”

The John Liner Review / November 8, 2011

HOW THE ‘OTHER COVERAGES’ EXCLUSION CAN COST YOU MILLIONS

Risk Management / September 21, 2011

DON’T GET LOCKED OUT – HOW TO SCORE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT CLAIMS

Corporate Counsel / July 8, 2011

BEWARE: AN EXCLUSION THAT CAN COST YOU MILLIONS IN COVERAGE — EVEN WHEN CLAIMS ARE BEING PAID

Corporate Counsel / February 17, 2011

BEWARE: AN EXCLUSION THAT CAN COST YOU MILLIONS IN COVERAGE EVEN WHEN CLAIMS ARE BEING PAID

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / January 31, 2011

SHOULD I CHANGE D&O CARRIERS?

Risk Management / April 10, 2009

THINKING ABOUT SWITCHING INSURANCE COMPANIES? FIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE YOU DO

Corporate Counsel / December 3, 2008

THINKING ABOUT SWITCHING INSURANCE COMPANIES? FIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE YOU DO

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 3, 2008

DOES YOUR D&O POLICY COVER WHAT IT SAYS IT COVERS?

riskVue / November 26, 2007

AVOID THE INSURANCE COMPANY “FORUM SHOPPING-SPREE” – POLICYHOLDERS CAN PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM LITIGATING IN THE WRONG JURISDICTION

Corporate Counsel / September 19, 2007

DOES YOUR D&O POLICY COVER WHAT IT SAYS IT COVERS? AN UNSETTLING TREND IN INSURANCE COVERAGE LITIGATION

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / August 1, 2007

D&O INSURANCE: DON’T LET INSURANCE COMPANIES STOP PAYMENT OF DEFENSE COSTS

riskVue / August 18, 2006

STEPS TO GETTING KEY PERSON CLAIMS PAID

Risk Management / February 1, 2006

DON’T LET THE INSURANCE COMPANIES STOP PAYMENT OF YOUR DEFENSE COSTS

Corporate Counsel / December 30, 2003

News

Biometric Privacy Litigation and Coverage Disputes with John Leonard and Cort Malone

June 14, 2024

Biometric privacy settlements spark insurance coverage battles

February 26, 2024

Biggest General Liability Rulings From 2023’s Second Half

January 1, 2024

Yahoo Wins TCPA Coverage Dispute in CA Supreme Court

January 17, 2023

Experts Say Biometrics Suits, Coverage Fights Far From Over

July 12, 2022

How Safe Is Your Face? Now Is the Time to Guard Against Biometric Data Theft

April 12, 2022

Biometrics Laws and Regulations Poised to Become a Flash Point for Insurers, Market Watchers Say

April 1, 2022

Anderson Kill Partners with RIMS and PERK, A Decade of Educational Programs

October 9, 2015

Connecticut Supreme Court Rules that Getty Properties Corp. Is Entitled to Reclaim Several Service Stations Wrongfully Occupied by Former Station Operators

January 28, 2015

Anderson Kill Forms Cyber Insurance Recovery Group

September 3, 2014

Travelers Still On Hook For Defense Costs In Asbestos Suits

November 23, 2012

New York Appeals Court Upholds Decision Ordering Insurance Company to Provide Defense for Asbestos Claims Under “Joint and Several Liability” Standard

November 14, 2012

CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT RULES THAT INSURANCE COMPANIES HAVE TO PAY “ALL SUMS” AND STACK ALL YEARS OF COVERAGE IN A LANDMARK WIN FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, POLICYHOLDERS, AND THE ENVIRONMENT

August 9, 2012

Anderson Kill Promotes Dennis J. Artese and Cort T. Malone to Shareholder

June 3, 2011

Look Before You Jump From AIG, Attorney Warns

November 10, 2008

Education
  • Fordham University School of Law, J.D.
  • Brown University, B.A.
Bar Admissions
  • New York
  • Connecticut
Court Admissions
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
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