Katherine Tammaro has nearly 25 years of experience representing insurance companies in complex coverage matters throughout the country, including professional liability; specialty lines, including media-specific policies; D&O and EPLI; environmental; advertising; personal injury; product liability, including asbestos and chemical exposures; and construction defect cases. She also handles numerous claims of bad faith and improper claims handling.
Kate has authored numerous articles on insurance coverage topics, including analysis of the pollution exclusions; allocation of defense and indemnity costs; advertising and personal injury claims handling practices; additional insured and contractual indemnification issues; targeted tender and occurrence concerns; discovery and technology topics such as discovery of electronic data and privilege in general and in bad faith cases; professional liability policies, including claims made, coverage for mold under liability and property policies; construction defects under liability and property policies, including OCIPs; and homeowners and auto claims issues. She has spoken at numerous ACI, PLRB, DRI and Mealey’s conferences throughout the country on these topics.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Katherine E. Tammaro