Associate Attorney, Insurance

April 22, 2021

Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP is seeking a mid-to senior-level associate with at least 4 years of insurance coverage experience to join the Firm’s Insurance Recovery, Counseling & Litigation team.

Our insurance coverage practice is nationwide in scope and assists policyholder clients in resolving complex insurance coverage disputes, securing carrier participation in defense and settlement of claims, and maximizing insurance recoveries. Our team advises on the full spectrum of insurance coverage issue areas, including general liability, excess/umbrella, professional, pollution, cyber, auto, property, builders risk, employee dishonesty, directors and officers, and wrap-up programs, among others. The ideal candidate should have experience representing policyholders in insurance coverage matters, including reviewing insurance policies, handling claims, litigating insurance coverage disputes, and/or drafting contractual indemnity and insurance provisions. Familiarity with insurance policies and coverage issues, and strong and effective analytical, writing, and overall communication skills are required.

Candidates must be admitted to practice in New York, Florida, or Washington, D.C.

Lippes Mathias is a growing law firm with more than 125 attorneys and 200 total employees located in seven offices (Buffalo, Albany, Jacksonville, Washington D.C., Chicago, New York City and Greater Toronto Area). We rely upon and promote teamwork among staff. We look to hire people who are excellent at what they do and have a positive attitude. We are a firm that values a diversity of ideas and experiences in an atmosphere that is collegial and open.

Please send a cover letter and resume in confidence careers@lippes.com.

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