Profile

Marshall Gilinsky is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's Boston office and practices in the firm’s Insurance Recovery and Commercial Litigation groups.  Marshall is co-chair of the firm's Sexual Harassment and Abuse Insurance Recovery Group, and a member of the firm's Banking and Lending Group and Restaurant, Retail & Hospitality Group.

During his 20-year career representing policyholders, Marshall has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients, successfully litigating disputed claims under a variety of insurance products, including property and business interruption insurance, commercial general liability (CGL) insurance, errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, directors and officers (D&O) insurance and life insurance.  Marshall has represented clients on numerous high-stakes, complex insurance claims arising out of prominent losses such as 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy and the “Big Dig” in Boston.  He also focuses extensively on assisting clients that own and manage captive insurance companies, especially with respect to resolving coverage disputes between the captive and its reinsurers.

Marshall's success in solving clients' problems stems from his ability to understand their businesses – as well as their insurance programs – in order to maximize the value of the clients’ insurance assets.  He frequently writes and lectures on a variety of topics of interest to professionals and practitioners in the insurance arena, and is frequently quoted in the press, including appearances in the The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, National Law Review, CNN and Business Insurance, among others.

Experience

  • Represented various policyholders in litigation over complex property and business interruption insurance claims – ranging in size from tens of millions to over a billion dollars – arising out of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and Hurricanes Ivan, Katrina, Rita, Ike and Irene, as well as Superstorm Sandy.
  • Obtained a multimillion-dollar payment on a business interruption claim for a national retailer whose stores were destroyed in the World Trade Center mall on 9/11, following successful litigation and motion practice regarding the applicable period of restoration and methodology for calculating lost revenues.
  • Successfully litigated and resolved a multi-faceted property insurance claim on behalf of a large, national bank regarding various property and business income losses following Hurricane Katrina.
  • Successfully litigated and resolved a large liability insurance claim for one of the prominent engineering firms that managed the design and construction of the “Big Dig” central artery tunnel project in Boston.
  • Assisted a prominent Risk Retention Group in securing full payment of over $150 million on a high-profile and challenged reinsurance claim.
  • Advised a global mining company regarding its billion-dollar property insurance claim following the largest non-volcanic landslide in recorded history.
  • Fought off wrongful attempts by numerous insurance companies to rescind life insurance policies rather than pay valid claims, recovering tens of millions of dollars for policyholder clients in the process.
  • Counseled a prominent American university in securing a full recovery on a contested property insurance claim following a fire at a research facility in Nigeria.
  • Obtained summary judgment in favor of the city of Elmira, New York in a property insurance claim involving the cost to demolish a historic building owned by the city following damage to a small portion of the building during a windstorm (see Elmira v. Selective Ins. Co. of New York, 83 A.D.3d 1262, 921 N.Y.S.2d 662 (N.Y. App. Div. 2011)).
  • Obtained an award for the full coverage – approximately $3.5 million – owed to a New York City co-op under its Directors and Officers liability insurance policy (see Soho Plaza Corp., Inc. v. Nationwide Mut. Ins. Co., 309 A.D.2d 504, 764 N.Y.S.2d 697 (N.Y. App. Div. 2003)).
  • Obtained a favorable settlement for clients whose multi-million dollar claim under a life insurance policy had been denied based on alleged misrepresentations in the policy application, by obtaining discovery from the insurance company which established that it would have sold the same policy under its own internal underwriting guidelines even if the alleged misrepresentations had occurred.
  • Obtained a favorable settlement after many years of litigating fraudulent transfer claims on behalf of a liquidating trustee against a large, sophisticated investment bank, in a case involving highly complicated asset backed leases and loan arrangements.
  • Obtained favorable rulings on motions to dismiss various tort and breach of contract actions filed against a national telecommunications company.

Speaking Engagements

Insurance Coverage for Sexual Abuse and Harassment Claims

Anderson Kill / June 27, 2024

AI Did What? Anticipating Insurance Coverage Issues Arising from AI Liability (2023)

Anderson Kill / November 3, 2023

Discovery in Bad Faith Insurance Litigation: Key to Successfully Proving or Defending Claims

Strafford Publications / October 17, 2023

Complex Insurance Issues in Bankruptcy Proceedings: Sex Abuse Litigation, the Role of Insurers in Bankruptcy Planning, and Insurance Neutrality

Practising Law Institute Property and Casualty Insurance Law 2023 / October 10, 2023

September 11, 2001 and Loss Valuation Including Periods of Indemnity for Time Element Losses

American Bar Association Property Insurance Law Committee / April 8, 2016

Insurer Bad Faith Setup Defense and Reverse Bad Faith Claims 2016

Strafford / March 29, 2016

Helping Clients Prepare For and Respond to Natural Catastrophes

Connecticut Bar Association / January 8, 2016

Primary vs. Excess Insurance: Priority and Allocation of Coverage

September 17, 2015

Discovery in Bad Faith Insurance Litigation: Key to Successfully Proving or Defending Claims Jun-2015

Strafford / June 10, 2015

Lodging Law Forum

Wyndham Hotel Group / April 1, 2015

Reinsurance – Emerging Issues and Common Concerns

CPCU Westchester-Fairfield-Hudson Chapter / May 14, 2014

Publications

Protecting Policyholders as AI is Developed for Insurance Claims Handling: Ensuring “Decency and Humanity” in the Digital Age

Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation / May 22, 2024

Will AI Destroy the World? If Not, How Will It Affect Insurance?

Today's General Counsel / February 12, 2024

COVID-19 BUSINESS INTERRUPTION DECISIONS FOR POLICYHOLDERS: STATE APPELLATE COURTS (BEGIN TO) RECOGNIZE DEVIATIONS FROM A PRE-PANDEMIC NORM

Lexis Nexus - Practical Guidance / February 1, 2023

SHIFTING MOMENTUM IN COVID BUSINESS INTERRUPTION LITIGATION: AN UPDATE FROM THE FRONT LINES

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / October 17, 2022

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

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / January 14, 2022

MEETING SUIT LIMITATION DEADLINES FOR COVID-RELATED BUSINESS INTERRUPTION CLAIMS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / January 6, 2022

WHAT TO KNOW AS MASS. JUSTICES TACKLE COVID COVERAGE ROW

Law360 / January 5, 2022

BUSINESS INCOME LOSSES FROM WIDESPREAD CLOSURE ORDERS ARE COVERED UNDER STANDARD PROPERTY INSURANCE POLICES

From the Desk of Anderson Kill Philadelphia / March 20, 2020

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR LOSSES STEMMING FROM THE CORONAVIRUS_2

Insurance Journal / February 26, 2020

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR LOSSES STEMMING FROM THE CORONAVIRUS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / February 12, 2020

STANDARD INSURANCE POLICY COVERAGE FOR SEXUAL ABUSE, HARASSMENT AND ASSAULT CLAIMS

Risk Management Magazine (RMM) / September 12, 2019

WAR BREAKS OUT OVER INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR SEX ABUSE CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / September 3, 2019

TIDE TURNS ON PHANTOM EXCLUSION

Corporate Counsel Business Journal / May 1, 2018

UNDERSTANDING POST-STORM BUSINESS INTERRUPTION COVERAGE

Risk Management Magazine / November 6, 2017

COVERING YOUR BUSINESS AGAINST INTERRUPTION – EVEN IF A HURRICANE DOESN’T HIT YOUR COMPANY DIRECTLY, IT CAN STILL INFLICT LASTING DAMAGE

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel / November 2, 2017

INSURANCE INDUSTRY’S DISGORGEMENT DEFENSE HITS A WALL

Law360 / May 5, 2017

BUSINESS INCOME COVERAGE: A CRITICAL AND OFTEN OVERLOOKED AREA OF PROPERTY INSURANCE

FC&S Legal / January 19, 2017

BUSINESS INCOME COVERAGE – A CRITICAL AND OFTEN OVERLOOKED AREA OF PROPERTY INSURANCE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 20, 2016

A UNIQUE STORM SPAWNS UNIQUE INSURANCE ISSUES – IN HURRICANE MATTHEW’S AFTERMATH, LESSONS FROM SUPERSTORM SANDY

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel magazine / December 6, 2016

HOW TO RECOVER BUSINESS INTERRUPTION LOSSES

American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Insurance Coverage Litigation / November 21, 2016

WHAT CAN A CAPTIVE DO FOR YOU

Risk Management Magazine / August 2, 2016

PANAMA PAPERS TAKEAWAY FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: CHECK YOUR D&O AND E&O INSURANCE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / April 27, 2016

CYBERSECURITY RISK MANAGEMENT, DUE DILIGENCE CRUCIAL

Hotel Management magazine / April 4, 2016

HOSPITALITY & GAMING RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE AGAINST CYBER RISK

Focus (Industry News) / February 1, 2016

A TOXIC SPILL – COVERAGE ISSUES FOR THE ANIMAS RIVER CONTAMINATION

Claims Management magazine / September 28, 2015

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE ANIMAS RIVER SPILL

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / August 17, 2015

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE EBOLA OUTBREAK

Risk Management / December 4, 2014

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR POSSIBLE EBOLA CLAIMS INVOLVING HOSPITALITY BUSINESSES

Hospitality Alert / November 19, 2014

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR POSSIBLE EBOLA CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / October 28, 2014

WHEN BED BUGS ARE BITING, DO NOT FORGET ABOUT YOUR INSURANCE

Focus (Industry News) / July 15, 2014

MITIGATING BUSINESS INTERRUPTION EXPOSURES FROM CYBERATTACKS

Risk Management / May 1, 2014

CAPTIVES AND THE “BUSINESS RISK DOCTRINE”

Captive Insurance Company Reports / March 7, 2014

BRING YOUR INSURANCE POLICY TO THE TAILOR, SO YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY DOESN’T TAKE YOU TO THE CLEANERS

Insurance Coverage Law Report / December 4, 2013

BASIC STEPS TO PROTECT YOUR CO. AGAINST CYBER PERILS

Law360 / October 10, 2013

PLAYING WITH HOUSE MONEY: WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY WON’T SETTLE

Philadelphia Business Journal / October 8, 2013

Cyber Risk Management & Insurance Protection for Hospitality & Gaming Concerns

Hospitality Alert / April 27, 2013

OBTAINING BUSINESS INTERRUPTION INSURANCE COVERAGE FOLLOWING NATURAL DISASTERS LIKE IRENE AND SANDY

Focus (Industry News) / March 27, 2013

DON’T LET INSURANCE COMPANIES DODGE OVERDRAFT SETTLEMENT CLAIMS

American Banker / February 26, 2013

THE NONADMITTED AND REINSURANCE REFORM ACT’S QUESTIONABLE APPLICABILITY TO CAPTIVE INSURANCE COMPANIES

Bloomberg BNA Daily Tax Report / January 2, 2013

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR BED BUG CLAIMS

Focus (Industry News) / December 11, 2012

OBTAINING FULL COVERAGE FOR YOUR HURRICANE SANDY INSURANCE CLAIM: EIGHT BASIC TIPS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / November 1, 2012

DON’T LET INSURERS LEAVE YOUR BANK HOLDING BAG IN OVERDRAFT CASES

American Banker / October 12, 2012

DODD-FRANK: IN SEARCH OF CLARITY

US Captive 2012 / August 28, 2012

WHAT DOES THE NRRA MEAN FOR CAPTIVES?

Risk Management / August 14, 2012

INSURANCE COVERAGE IN THE ABSENCE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE

Risk Management / May 5, 2012

WEAR AND TEAR DOES NOT ERODE ORDINANCE OR LAW COVERAGE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 23, 2011

SLEEP TIGHT: INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR BED BUG CLAIMS

Focus (Industry News) / July 5, 2011

WHEN FAR AWAY PROBLEMS HURT YOUR BUSINESS, LOOK TO INSURANCE

Focus (Industry News) / October 22, 2010

GULF OIL SPILL INSURANCE COVERAGE ISSUES FOR THE HOTEL AND GAMING INDUSTRIES

Anderson Kill White Paper / July 26, 2010

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR GULF OIL SPILL LOSSES

Risk Management / June 4, 2010

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE GULF COAST OIL SPILL LOSSES

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / May 25, 2010

IMPROVE YOUR POLICY WORDING DURING SOFT MARKETS

Risk Management / March 10, 2010

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR SWINE FLU CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / May 4, 2009

A LOOK BACK AT INSURANCE LAW IN 2008

American Bar Association / March 20, 2009

MAXIMIZING INSURANCE RECOVERY ON MADOFF-RELATED LOSSES

Andrews Litigation Reporter / February 26, 2009

MAXIMIZING THE RECOVERY OF MADOFF-RELATED LOSSES

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 29, 2008

UNDERSTANDING YOUR PROPERTY INSURANCE: ACV AND REPLACEMENT COST COVERAGE

Focus (Industry News) / August 6, 2008

NEW YORK STATE LEGISLATURE AND GOVERNOR REFORM LATE NOTICE LAW

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / July 25, 2008

LIMITATIONS ON PRIVILEGE WHEN ATTORNEYS ACT AS CLAIM HANDLERS

The John Liner Review / May 6, 2008

IN SEARCH OF CONSISTENCY IN INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLING: DISCOVERY OF INSURANCE COMPANIES’ FILES ON RESERVES AND OTHER POLICYHOLDERS’ CLAIMS

Privacy & Data Security Law Journal / December 11, 2007

IN SEARCH OF CONSISTENCY IN INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLING DISCOVERY OF RESERVES AND OTHER POLICYHOLDERS’ CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / October 26, 2007

News

Companies face potentially tighter constraints on AI use as regulators lead drive to assess risks

May 1, 2024

Insurers seek to keep pace with explosive use of AI

May 1, 2024

Super Lawyers Recognizes 16 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2023

September 25, 2023

La. Supreme Court to Hear Appeal of Rare Policyholder Victory in COVID Claim

November 23, 2022

You’ve Got a Friend in Me: A Conversation with Marshall Gilinsky of Anderson Kill

October 31, 2022

Vermont Supreme Court rules that policyholder can seek coverage for “direct physical loss or damage” stemming from COVID-19

September 23, 2022

Harvard Says Insurer Played “Cat & Mouse” on Top Court Case

September 20, 2022

NH Medical Society Denounces Insurers’ COVID-19 Science

June 24, 2022

French Quarter restaurant wins appeal in bid to get COVID business interruption insurance payments

June 17, 2022

Restaurant entitled to business interruption cover: State appeals court

June 15, 2022

The Legal 500 2022 Ranks Anderson Kill a Tier 1 Insurance Recovery Practice

June 8, 2022

Why COVID Business Interruption Claims Are Dragging More Than Two Years Since Shutdown

May 28, 2022

Anderson Kill’s Insurance Recovery Group Named a Finalist in National Law Journal’s 2022 Elite Trial Lawyers Award

May 12, 2022

Wis. Justices Told Biz Insured For ‘Short Term’ Virus Closures

April 12, 2022

2021 Insurance Group Of The Year: Anderson Kill

February 21, 2022

What To Know As Vermont Justices Hear Virus Coverage Row

January 24, 2022

Hospitality Attys Eye Pandemic Impact On Industry In 2022

January 3, 2022

TEN ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS INCLUDED IN THE BEST LAWYERS IN AMERICA, 2022

August 17, 2021

Insurers win COVID-19 legal battles, but war over cover continues

August 10, 2021

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

June 16, 2021

Cases could provide clarity on business interruption coverage

April 15, 2021

Anderson Kill promotes 3 Insurance Attys to Shareholders

February 2, 2021

Anderson Kill to COVID-19 Policyholders: Don’t Give Up

February 1, 2021

Anderson Kill Promotes Insurance Recovery Attorneys Diana Shafter Gliedman, Marshall Gilinsky, and Robert D. Chesler to Equity Shareholder

February 1, 2021

Five Anderson Kill Attorneys Presenting at 2021 RIMS Annual Conference, April 19-21

December 28, 2020

BEST LAWYERS RECOGNIZES 12 ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS

August 20, 2020

Best Lawyers in America Recognizes 10 Anderson Kill Insurance Recovery Attorneys

August 15, 2019

Marshall Gilinsky Recognized as Attorney of the Week

July 23, 2018

Amtrak Wants $500M From Insurers For Sandy Coverage

September 22, 2014

Social Media and Life Insurance

July 22, 2014

9th Circ. Overdraft Ruling Bolsters Banks’ Coverage Claims

January 8, 2013

FEMA Grant Program Helps LI Firms Move

November 8, 2012

‘Superstorm’ Sandy Likely Adds to NFIP’s Debt Woes

November 8, 2012

Sandy-Struck Companies Can Seek FEMA Buyouts

November 6, 2012

A Grant Program for Some Storm-Weary Property Owners

November 2, 2012

Can Governors Bar Insurers From Charging Hurricane Deductibles?

November 1, 2012

Hawaii Hotel Provides Blueprint for Business Interruption Insurance

March 7, 2012

Gulf Disaster Could Bring Long-Term Rise In Rig Insurance Cost

May 25, 2010

Insurance Premiums for Offshore Drilling Soar 15%-50%

May 25, 2010

Claims Could Get Messy After Huge, Costly Oil Spill

May 9, 2010

Refinery focused on recovery after explosion

May 7, 2010

Wider Effects’ Barred in WTC Shops Insurance Suit

April 6, 2010

Madoff Scandal to Cost Insurers Billions?

January 16, 2009

Madoff Claimants Could Turn To Insurers For Coverage

January 9, 2009

New Late-Notice Rule in N.Y. Shifts Burden to Insurer to Prove Harm

July 30, 2008

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Marshall Gilinsky

Shareholder , Boston, Denver, New York

Profile

Marshall Gilinsky is a shareholder in Anderson Kill's Boston office and practices in the firm’s Insurance Recovery and Commercial Litigation groups.  Marshall is co-chair of the firm's Sexual Harassment and Abuse Insurance Recovery Group, and a member of the firm's Banking and Lending Group and Restaurant, Retail & Hospitality Group.

During his 20-year career representing policyholders, Marshall has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients, successfully litigating disputed claims under a variety of insurance products, including property and business interruption insurance, commercial general liability (CGL) insurance, errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, directors and officers (D&O) insurance and life insurance.  Marshall has represented clients on numerous high-stakes, complex insurance claims arising out of prominent losses such as 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy and the “Big Dig” in Boston.  He also focuses extensively on assisting clients that own and manage captive insurance companies, especially with respect to resolving coverage disputes between the captive and its reinsurers.

Marshall's success in solving clients' problems stems from his ability to understand their businesses – as well as their insurance programs – in order to maximize the value of the clients’ insurance assets.  He frequently writes and lectures on a variety of topics of interest to professionals and practitioners in the insurance arena, and is frequently quoted in the press, including appearances in the The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, National Law Review, CNN and Business Insurance, among others.

Experience

  • Represented various policyholders in litigation over complex property and business interruption insurance claims – ranging in size from tens of millions to over a billion dollars – arising out of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and Hurricanes Ivan, Katrina, Rita, Ike and Irene, as well as Superstorm Sandy.
  • Obtained a multimillion-dollar payment on a business interruption claim for a national retailer whose stores were destroyed in the World Trade Center mall on 9/11, following successful litigation and motion practice regarding the applicable period of restoration and methodology for calculating lost revenues.
  • Successfully litigated and resolved a multi-faceted property insurance claim on behalf of a large, national bank regarding various property and business income losses following Hurricane Katrina.
  • Successfully litigated and resolved a large liability insurance claim for one of the prominent engineering firms that managed the design and construction of the “Big Dig” central artery tunnel project in Boston.
  • Assisted a prominent Risk Retention Group in securing full payment of over $150 million on a high-profile and challenged reinsurance claim.
  • Advised a global mining company regarding its billion-dollar property insurance claim following the largest non-volcanic landslide in recorded history.
  • Fought off wrongful attempts by numerous insurance companies to rescind life insurance policies rather than pay valid claims, recovering tens of millions of dollars for policyholder clients in the process.
  • Counseled a prominent American university in securing a full recovery on a contested property insurance claim following a fire at a research facility in Nigeria.
  • Obtained summary judgment in favor of the city of Elmira, New York in a property insurance claim involving the cost to demolish a historic building owned by the city following damage to a small portion of the building during a windstorm (see Elmira v. Selective Ins. Co. of New York, 83 A.D.3d 1262, 921 N.Y.S.2d 662 (N.Y. App. Div. 2011)).
  • Obtained an award for the full coverage – approximately $3.5 million – owed to a New York City co-op under its Directors and Officers liability insurance policy (see Soho Plaza Corp., Inc. v. Nationwide Mut. Ins. Co., 309 A.D.2d 504, 764 N.Y.S.2d 697 (N.Y. App. Div. 2003)).
  • Obtained a favorable settlement for clients whose multi-million dollar claim under a life insurance policy had been denied based on alleged misrepresentations in the policy application, by obtaining discovery from the insurance company which established that it would have sold the same policy under its own internal underwriting guidelines even if the alleged misrepresentations had occurred.
  • Obtained a favorable settlement after many years of litigating fraudulent transfer claims on behalf of a liquidating trustee against a large, sophisticated investment bank, in a case involving highly complicated asset backed leases and loan arrangements.
  • Obtained favorable rulings on motions to dismiss various tort and breach of contract actions filed against a national telecommunications company.

Speaking Engagements

Insurance Coverage for Sexual Abuse and Harassment Claims

Anderson Kill / June 6, 2024

AI Did What? Anticipating Insurance Coverage Issues Arising from AI Liability (2023)

Anderson Kill / October 21, 2023

Discovery in Bad Faith Insurance Litigation: Key to Successfully Proving or Defending Claims

Strafford Publications / October 16, 2023

Complex Insurance Issues in Bankruptcy Proceedings: Sex Abuse Litigation, the Role of Insurers in Bankruptcy Planning, and Insurance Neutrality

Practising Law Institute Property and Casualty Insurance Law 2023 / October 4, 2023

September 11, 2001 and Loss Valuation Including Periods of Indemnity for Time Element Losses

American Bar Association Property Insurance Law Committee / April 8, 2016

Insurer Bad Faith Setup Defense and Reverse Bad Faith Claims 2016

Strafford / March 29, 2016

Helping Clients Prepare For and Respond to Natural Catastrophes

Connecticut Bar Association / January 8, 2016

Primary vs. Excess Insurance: Priority and Allocation of Coverage

September 17, 2015

Discovery in Bad Faith Insurance Litigation: Key to Successfully Proving or Defending Claims Jun-2015

Strafford / June 10, 2015

Lodging Law Forum

Wyndham Hotel Group / April 1, 2015

Reinsurance – Emerging Issues and Common Concerns

CPCU Westchester-Fairfield-Hudson Chapter / May 14, 2014

Publications

Protecting Policyholders as AI is Developed for Insurance Claims Handling: Ensuring “Decency and Humanity” in the Digital Age

Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation / May 22, 2024

Will AI Destroy the World? If Not, How Will It Affect Insurance?

Today's General Counsel / February 12, 2024

COVID-19 BUSINESS INTERRUPTION DECISIONS FOR POLICYHOLDERS: STATE APPELLATE COURTS (BEGIN TO) RECOGNIZE DEVIATIONS FROM A PRE-PANDEMIC NORM

Lexis Nexus - Practical Guidance / February 1, 2023

SHIFTING MOMENTUM IN COVID BUSINESS INTERRUPTION LITIGATION: AN UPDATE FROM THE FRONT LINES

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / October 17, 2022

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

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / January 14, 2022

MEETING SUIT LIMITATION DEADLINES FOR COVID-RELATED BUSINESS INTERRUPTION CLAIMS

Anderson Kill Policyholder Alert / January 6, 2022

WHAT TO KNOW AS MASS. JUSTICES TACKLE COVID COVERAGE ROW

Law360 / January 5, 2022

BUSINESS INCOME LOSSES FROM WIDESPREAD CLOSURE ORDERS ARE COVERED UNDER STANDARD PROPERTY INSURANCE POLICES

From the Desk of Anderson Kill Philadelphia / March 20, 2020

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR LOSSES STEMMING FROM THE CORONAVIRUS_2

Insurance Journal / February 26, 2020

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR LOSSES STEMMING FROM THE CORONAVIRUS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / February 12, 2020

STANDARD INSURANCE POLICY COVERAGE FOR SEXUAL ABUSE, HARASSMENT AND ASSAULT CLAIMS

Risk Management Magazine (RMM) / September 12, 2019

WAR BREAKS OUT OVER INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR SEX ABUSE CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / September 3, 2019

TIDE TURNS ON PHANTOM EXCLUSION

Corporate Counsel Business Journal / May 1, 2018

UNDERSTANDING POST-STORM BUSINESS INTERRUPTION COVERAGE

Risk Management Magazine / November 6, 2017

COVERING YOUR BUSINESS AGAINST INTERRUPTION – EVEN IF A HURRICANE DOESN’T HIT YOUR COMPANY DIRECTLY, IT CAN STILL INFLICT LASTING DAMAGE

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel / November 2, 2017

INSURANCE INDUSTRY’S DISGORGEMENT DEFENSE HITS A WALL

Law360 / May 5, 2017

BUSINESS INCOME COVERAGE: A CRITICAL AND OFTEN OVERLOOKED AREA OF PROPERTY INSURANCE

FC&S Legal / January 19, 2017

BUSINESS INCOME COVERAGE – A CRITICAL AND OFTEN OVERLOOKED AREA OF PROPERTY INSURANCE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 20, 2016

A UNIQUE STORM SPAWNS UNIQUE INSURANCE ISSUES – IN HURRICANE MATTHEW’S AFTERMATH, LESSONS FROM SUPERSTORM SANDY

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel magazine / December 6, 2016

HOW TO RECOVER BUSINESS INTERRUPTION LOSSES

American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Insurance Coverage Litigation / November 21, 2016

WHAT CAN A CAPTIVE DO FOR YOU

Risk Management Magazine / August 2, 2016

PANAMA PAPERS TAKEAWAY FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: CHECK YOUR D&O AND E&O INSURANCE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / April 27, 2016

CYBERSECURITY RISK MANAGEMENT, DUE DILIGENCE CRUCIAL

Hotel Management magazine / April 4, 2016

HOSPITALITY & GAMING RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE AGAINST CYBER RISK

Focus (Industry News) / February 1, 2016

A TOXIC SPILL – COVERAGE ISSUES FOR THE ANIMAS RIVER CONTAMINATION

Claims Management magazine / September 28, 2015

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE ANIMAS RIVER SPILL

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / August 17, 2015

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE EBOLA OUTBREAK

Risk Management / December 4, 2014

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR POSSIBLE EBOLA CLAIMS INVOLVING HOSPITALITY BUSINESSES

Hospitality Alert / November 19, 2014

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR POSSIBLE EBOLA CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / October 28, 2014

WHEN BED BUGS ARE BITING, DO NOT FORGET ABOUT YOUR INSURANCE

Focus (Industry News) / July 15, 2014

MITIGATING BUSINESS INTERRUPTION EXPOSURES FROM CYBERATTACKS

Risk Management / May 1, 2014

CAPTIVES AND THE “BUSINESS RISK DOCTRINE”

Captive Insurance Company Reports / March 7, 2014

BRING YOUR INSURANCE POLICY TO THE TAILOR, SO YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY DOESN’T TAKE YOU TO THE CLEANERS

Insurance Coverage Law Report / December 4, 2013

BASIC STEPS TO PROTECT YOUR CO. AGAINST CYBER PERILS

Law360 / October 10, 2013

PLAYING WITH HOUSE MONEY: WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY WON’T SETTLE

Philadelphia Business Journal / October 8, 2013

Cyber Risk Management & Insurance Protection for Hospitality & Gaming Concerns

Hospitality Alert / April 27, 2013

OBTAINING BUSINESS INTERRUPTION INSURANCE COVERAGE FOLLOWING NATURAL DISASTERS LIKE IRENE AND SANDY

Focus (Industry News) / March 27, 2013

DON’T LET INSURANCE COMPANIES DODGE OVERDRAFT SETTLEMENT CLAIMS

American Banker / February 26, 2013

THE NONADMITTED AND REINSURANCE REFORM ACT’S QUESTIONABLE APPLICABILITY TO CAPTIVE INSURANCE COMPANIES

Bloomberg BNA Daily Tax Report / January 2, 2013

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR BED BUG CLAIMS

Focus (Industry News) / December 11, 2012

OBTAINING FULL COVERAGE FOR YOUR HURRICANE SANDY INSURANCE CLAIM: EIGHT BASIC TIPS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / November 1, 2012

DON’T LET INSURERS LEAVE YOUR BANK HOLDING BAG IN OVERDRAFT CASES

American Banker / October 12, 2012

DODD-FRANK: IN SEARCH OF CLARITY

US Captive 2012 / August 28, 2012

WHAT DOES THE NRRA MEAN FOR CAPTIVES?

Risk Management / August 14, 2012

INSURANCE COVERAGE IN THE ABSENCE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE

Risk Management / May 5, 2012

WEAR AND TEAR DOES NOT ERODE ORDINANCE OR LAW COVERAGE

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 23, 2011

SLEEP TIGHT: INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR BED BUG CLAIMS

Focus (Industry News) / July 5, 2011

WHEN FAR AWAY PROBLEMS HURT YOUR BUSINESS, LOOK TO INSURANCE

Focus (Industry News) / October 22, 2010

GULF OIL SPILL INSURANCE COVERAGE ISSUES FOR THE HOTEL AND GAMING INDUSTRIES

Anderson Kill White Paper / July 26, 2010

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR GULF OIL SPILL LOSSES

Risk Management / June 4, 2010

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE GULF COAST OIL SPILL LOSSES

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / May 25, 2010

IMPROVE YOUR POLICY WORDING DURING SOFT MARKETS

Risk Management / March 10, 2010

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR SWINE FLU CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / May 4, 2009

A LOOK BACK AT INSURANCE LAW IN 2008

American Bar Association / March 20, 2009

MAXIMIZING INSURANCE RECOVERY ON MADOFF-RELATED LOSSES

Andrews Litigation Reporter / February 26, 2009

MAXIMIZING THE RECOVERY OF MADOFF-RELATED LOSSES

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / December 29, 2008

UNDERSTANDING YOUR PROPERTY INSURANCE: ACV AND REPLACEMENT COST COVERAGE

Focus (Industry News) / August 6, 2008

NEW YORK STATE LEGISLATURE AND GOVERNOR REFORM LATE NOTICE LAW

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / July 25, 2008

LIMITATIONS ON PRIVILEGE WHEN ATTORNEYS ACT AS CLAIM HANDLERS

The John Liner Review / May 6, 2008

IN SEARCH OF CONSISTENCY IN INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLING: DISCOVERY OF INSURANCE COMPANIES’ FILES ON RESERVES AND OTHER POLICYHOLDERS’ CLAIMS

Privacy & Data Security Law Journal / December 11, 2007

IN SEARCH OF CONSISTENCY IN INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLING DISCOVERY OF RESERVES AND OTHER POLICYHOLDERS’ CLAIMS

Policyholder Advisor & Alert / October 26, 2007

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Restaurant entitled to business interruption cover: State appeals court

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The Legal 500 2022 Ranks Anderson Kill a Tier 1 Insurance Recovery Practice

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Anderson Kill’s Insurance Recovery Group Named a Finalist in National Law Journal’s 2022 Elite Trial Lawyers Award

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Insurers win COVID-19 legal battles, but war over cover continues

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

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Anderson Kill promotes 3 Insurance Attys to Shareholders

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August 15, 2019

Marshall Gilinsky Recognized as Attorney of the Week

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Amtrak Wants $500M From Insurers For Sandy Coverage

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Social Media and Life Insurance

July 22, 2014

9th Circ. Overdraft Ruling Bolsters Banks’ Coverage Claims

January 8, 2013

FEMA Grant Program Helps LI Firms Move

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A Grant Program for Some Storm-Weary Property Owners

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Madoff Claimants Could Turn To Insurers For Coverage

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New Late-Notice Rule in N.Y. Shifts Burden to Insurer to Prove Harm

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Awards & Honors
  • The Legal 500 US 2023: Recommended Lawyer
  • The Legal 500 US 2022: Recommended Lawyer
  • The Best Lawyers in America: since 2018
  • Super Lawyers: since 2019
  • HospitalityLawyer.com: Attorney of the Week (2018)
Education
  • George Washington University Law School, J.D., with honors
  • Cornell University, B.S.
Bar Admissions
  • Massachusetts
  • Colorado
  • District of Columbia
  • New York
  • Vermont
Court Admissions
  • 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 District of Nebraska
  • United States District Court for the District of Connecticut
  • United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
  • United States District Court for the District of Vermont
  • United States Courts of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • United States Courts of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
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