Mr. Wright concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, with an emphasis on representing corporate policyholders attempting to recover from their insurers. He has represented corporate policyholders in coverage litigation or disputes involving a wide array of claims, including directors’ and officers’ liabilities, E&O claims, securities class actions, derivative lawsuits, SEC investigations, consumer protection class actions, breach of fiduciary duty claims, first-party losses and business interruption claims arising from major hurricanes, environmental liabilities, asbestos liabilities, property damage claims arising from fires, and employment claims. Mr. Wright has represented many policyholders in the financial services area, including banks, investment advisers, mutual funds, hedge funds, and fund directors. He also has represented clients in many other industries, including telecom, chemical production, waste management, energy, and manufacturing. He regularly counsels clients in the claims process, seeking to resolve disputes with insurers prior to litigation and through mediation. He also regularly represents clients in the pursuit of claims against domestic and foreign insolvent insurers. He also regularly counsels clients concerning the purchase and negotiation of commercial insurance policies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gregory S. Wright