Rachel J. Schwartz represents property and casualty insurance industry clients in litigation and counsels them on varied coverage matters, including coverage disputes arising under Commercial General Liability and Directors & Officer policies.
Rachel drafts pleadings, discovery requests and responses, and motions regarding declaratory judgment actions. She reviews insurance policies and conducts legal research on various insurance coverage topics, including late notice, policy exclusions, duty to defend, allocation, and NY Ins. L. 3420(d). She prepares tenders, carrier position letters, and coverage analyses. Her experience also includes pretrial conference participation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Rachel J. Schwartz
Rachel J. Schwartz represents property and casualty insurance clients in litigation and coverage disputes arising under commercial general liability and directors and officers policies at Carlton Fields. Ms. Schwartz is a 2019 National Law Review Go-To Thought Leader for her articles on arbitration awards and the interpretation and enforcement of arbitration agreements. Ms. Schwartz’s analysis of the complexities involved with Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and non-litigation dispute resolution provides National Law Review 's readers with an important understanding of this constantly shifting area of law.