Molly McGinnis Stine works with insurers and reinsurers throughout the United States, England, Germany and elsewhere. Clients engage Molly's services for matters in litigation and mediation and for consideration of policy wordings and potential exposures of existing or proposed insurance products. She is also is a frequent speaker and writer on insurance and risk topics, including cyber insurance, emerging claims types, allocation, and more.
Molly's representation has involved professional liability, directors and officers, errors and omissions, and financial liability claims arising out of a number of different legal theories and factual situations. In addition, Molly has focused on cyber, privacy, data security, communications, social media, weather, occupational exposure, food safety, and other evolving risks.
She has dealt with third party liability and casualty claims including those involving catastrophic situations such as 9/11 and those alleging bodily injury or property damage arising from long-time or latent environmental, occupational and other exposures. She also has addressed first party property damage and business interruption claims including hurricane, mining, cargo and trucking matters. In addition, her work has involved extracontractual and bad faith topics.