John Pitblado has extensive experience in a wide range of litigation on behalf of insurers in the property and casualty, title, life, health, and reinsurance industries, including coverage, class action, ERISA, and other litigation involving contract disputes, bad faith, statutory unfair insurance and trade practices, RICO, fraud, and misrepresentation claims. John also has experience handling regulatory matters, including market conduct examinations and complaints before state insurance regulatory authorities.
John is a member of the firm’s insurance industry group, and data privacy and cybersecurity task force. He counsels clients, speaks, and writes on a range of cybersecurity issues faced by insurers, including regulatory and coverage issues.
John regularly handles cases before Connecticut's state and federal trial and appellate courts, including matters on the complex litigation docket, and in bankruptcy court. In addition, he handles cases in numerous other state and federal trial and appellate courts as pro hac vice counsel, in pre-trial proceedings, at trial, and on appeal. His extensive experience also includes alternative dispute resolution. He has represented insurance companies in numerous private and court-annexed mediations, appraisals, and arbitrations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John C. Pitblado