July 2, 2022

Volume XII, Number 183

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Alice Kyureghian

Alice Kyureghian handles complex litigation matters in the areas of insurance recovery, as well as commercial contract and indemnification-related disputes. Her practice primarily focuses on representing individual and corporate policyholders in disputes with their insurance providers.

By working closely with clients to understand their business needs, Alice develops customized, strategic and pragmatic solutions to ensure her clients’ objectives are met. She applies her unique industry knowledge to assist clients in mitigating loss and managing risk by negotiating broader insurance coverage, assisting with tender and collection on insurance and indemnity claims, and litigating insurance and indemnity issues. 

Alice has experience in federal and state courts representing clients in a variety of coverage matters relating to government investigations, breach of fiduciary duties, wrongful termination, employee theft, cybercrime, professional athlete disability claims, and mortgage fraud, among others. She handles claims under a broad range of policies, including commercial general liability, directors and officers (D&O) liability, errors and omissions (E&O) liability, employment practices liability insurance (EPLI), business interruption, and first party property insurance.

Alice also provides proactive counseling for clients in managing their risks and mitigating their losses. To that end, she conducts policy review audits and advises on potential gaps in coverage.  She reviews corporate agreements that may impact coverage or indemnity and provides tactical insight on how to minimize exposure.

Beyond her dedication to her clients, Alice is equally devoted to advancing diversity and inclusion initiatives in law firms, particularly through her involvement with the Leadership Counsel on Legal Diversity.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Alice Kyureghian

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