Nora Valenza-Frost represents U.S. and international insurers and reinsurers in arbitration and litigation involving complex claims, coverage and regulatory issues across all lines of business.
Nora provides coverage opinions for claims involving several lines of business, including commercial general liability (CGL), professional liability, directors and officers liability (D&O), contractor’s protective professional indemnity (CPPI), errors and omissions (E&O), excess and surplus lines, property, workers’ compensation, business interruption, life and health, pollution, environmental, energy, and marine and inland marine policies. She also provides guidance on questions relating to cyber risk and data breach exposures, liability, and insurance coverage issues.
She drafts and revises insurance policies. She also advises insurers, reinsurers and third party administrators with respect to regulatory issues. Nora has represented insurance companies before the New York State Department of Financial Services.
Nora also has experience handling consumer finance and complex commercial disputes on behalf of lenders, mortgage servicers, and financial institutions in litigation involving a wide variety of tort, property, and contract issues.
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