Reviewing loss notices, interpreting policy coverage, establishing reserves, handling claims involving primary, excess, and umbrella coverage, coordinating outside defense counsel, hands-on litigation, expert witnesses, and generally supporting defense, evaluating liability and damages, aiding in the development and improvement of claims handling techniques, expense control, and strategic protocol.
Must have experience designing and deploying functions to support commercial and M&A transactions, IT development and procurement, intellectual property management, marketing, advertising and sales efforts.
Seeking at least 5 years experience reviewing, investigating, and managing claims related to environmental, toxic tort, catastrophic injuries, construction defects, molestation or similar to advise on severe commercial general liability claims.
Experience dealing with legal issues involving marketing, branding, promotions and right of publicity is imperative. Ability to review marketing / advertising materials, including print and digital, and to identify, assess and advise on risks prior to publication is also required.
As an Insurance Defense Attorney within our Bodily Injury (BI) unit, you will be a member of our insurance defense litigation team, providing legal representation to company insureds and/or to the Company Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation.
In this role, the selected candidate must have the ability to draft, review, negotiate and interpret a variety of licensing agreements, including trademark licenses, distribution and supplier agreements.
The candidate must have experience and expertise in REIT and partnership taxation and have significant knowledge in other issues affecting structuring of real estate investments (e.g., FIRPTA, 1031, 163(j), and ERISA).
You will serve as a primary attorney for a Research & Development Incubator function, and partner with your clients to develop, manufacture, market and distribute cutting-edge products and services worldwide.
In this role, the selected candidate must have experience with qualified retirement plans, health and welfare benefits and executive compensation arrangements; experience advising and counseling on benefits plans, ERISA litigation, and plan audits.