Larry Lum practices in all areas of insurance defense litigation. He places particular emphasis on general liability, including sports, gaming and other entertainment-related risks; premises liability involving commercial, retail, hospitality, residential and health care institutions and facilities; property management and security; Labor Law and construction cases; automobile and transportation liability; product liability; and employers’ liability. Larry also has developed a practice in secured lending transactions on behalf of financial institutions, including enforcing remedies for secured creditors and other UCC-related litigation.
The nation’s leading sports and business enterprises regularly trust Larry to defend their interests in complex, high-exposure bodily injury and property loss claims. His clients include Major League Baseball (MLB), National Basketball Association (NBA), National Hockey League (NHL), Goldman Sachs, Viacom and its MTV and Paramount Pictures divisions, Abbott Laboratories, Vornado Realty Trust and Sony. Through his work with the professional sports leagues, Larry has represented every franchise and arena in the NBA and NHL, including the New York Knicks and New York Rangers and Madison Square Garden.
Larry also focuses on developing trends in the employer liability area relating to employee health and safety concerns. He represents and provides counsel to professional sports franchises and insurers with respect to workplace safety initiatives and statutory liability issues, including cumulative trauma claims, enforceability of contractual arbitration and stop-loss coverage disputes.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Larry Lum