Locke Lord

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    Locke Lord lawyers have long represented insurers and reinsurers in Asia, Bermuda, England, Europe and South America.

    We have successfully litigated or arbitrated coverage matters involving many different policies and types of underlying claims. We have represented  our clients in some of the largest insurance and reinsurance disputes in both U.S. and non-U.S. forums, and are creative, industrious and relentless in protecting our clients’ interests. We also have a strong history of working with our clients to negotiate favorable settlements in appropriate matters.

    Our lawyers bring efficiencies to the table based on extensive experience with various policies, types of claims, opposing counsel, and experts and consultants in all technical areas. Also, Locke Lord's experience in non-insurance practice areas such as intellectual property, energy, environmental, and construction allows us to utilize and consult with practitioners who are skilled in other substantive areas to assist in particular matters without having to involve other service providers.

    Our team consists of professionals who have elected to focus their practices on insurance and reinsurance law. Locke Lord has been intensely involved with the international insurance and reinsurance  markets through many business cycles, and we understand the short-term and long-term issues that face our clients in dealing with those changing cycles. We have adapted along with the market because the industry matters to us.

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