Paul White focuses his practice on complex insurance coverage and bad faith litigation and represents defendants in commercial litigation. Paul's insurance coverage practice includes advising and representing insurers in bad faith litigation and insurance policy disputes, including first-party property policies, general liability coverage, errors and omissions insurance, and media liability insurance. He also advises and represents insurers in subrogation actions on property losses. In addition, Paul has litigated and arbitrated disputes throughout the United States involving domestic and foreign insurance agents and brokers in all lines of coverage. He has broad experience in the business practices of all types of insurance intermediaries, including brokers at every level in the broking process, from producers to managing general agents to London Market brokers.
In his litigation practice, Paul focuses on commercial business litigation, including professional liability actions brought against insurance agents and brokers. In addition to his insurance practice, Paul advises entertainment and technology companies on the management of intellectual property risks.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Paul S. White
The National Law Review recognizes Paul White of Wilson Elser as Go-To Thought Leader for his thoughtful contributions on Business Interruption Insurance litigation in both state and federal courts related to COVID-19 losses. Mr. White’s extensive insurance dispute experience helps readers understand the nuances of physical loss requirements for COVID-19 claims, legislation regarding immunity for businesses for Coronavirus claims and proposals for reinsurance to backstop pandemic related claims.