April 23, 2021

Volume XI, Number 113

Daniel I. Wolf

Daniel litigates in both state and federal court on behalf of policyholders seeking recovery under directors and officers, professional liability, fiduciary liability, commercial general liability, title, and other lines of insurance. Daniel also advises clients regarding risk management and insurance recovery strategies that extend beyond litigation. Daniel’s practice includes representation of corporations, individuals, and post-bankruptcy trusts. Prior to joining Gilbert LLP, Daniel litigated securities fraud class actions and shareholder derivative lawsuits at a law firm in New York.


Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel I. Wolf

Gilbert LLP is a National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for the firm’s expert analysis of policyholder litigation and proposed legislation related to Business Interruption insurance stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.  Topics addressed by Gilbert include: the rights of policyholders to pursue Coronavirus related business interruption and extra expense coverage, the insurance industry’s objections to COVID-19 claims under various state laws and the core tenants of what an insurer must show if they are going to deny coverage. The following attorney authors were Gilbert’s most frequent contributors in 2020: Mark A. Packman, Jason S. Rubinstein and Daniel I. Wolf.