Michael Wolgin defends insurance companies and financial services institutions in complex litigation matters in federal and state courts throughout the United States. His practice includes class action defense, consumer fraud, and commercial litigation. In addition, he represents and counsels insurance companies in regulatory matters, including multi-state market conduct examinations.
Michael’s extensive class action and complex litigation experience includes handling matters across multiple lines of insurance (for example, life insurance, reinsurance, supplemental health insurance, travel insurance, and windstorm property insurance). He also handles matters related to Lloyd’s of London insurance placement and procedure, insurance brokerage, and medical provider reimbursement under Medicare and private health insurance. His focus includes litigating matters alleging breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, and bad faith. He routinely handles expert witness discovery and e-discovery planning and management.
In addition, Michael has a broad range of experience litigating matters involving insurer insolvency and liquidation, fraudulent transfers, trademark and copyright infringement, long term care insurance, lender-placed insurance, computer fraud and abuse, and municipal liability and civil rights litigation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael Wolgin