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William Primps has over 40 years of experience litigating cases for large international businesses across the United States and the world. He counsels his clients on compliance with U.S. law, while also representing these companies in lawsuits and arbitrations that rank among the largest controversies in recent decades, including claims made by an association of Brazil's largest health insurers in cases pending in various U.S. courts, as well as a recent defense in the Southern District of New York of claims for hundreds of millions of dollars for violations of the 1990 Antiterrorism Act by a large China-based bank. Through his work for the North American CRO Council, he has advised a number of large insurers based in Canada, Bermuda and the U.S. on various matters relating to enterprise risk management, and recently has been retained by large U.S. insurers and manufacturers to counsel them on ERM matters including: cyber risk; cybersecurity; cyber insurance; and their presentation of ERM plans to both regulators and rating agencies.
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