March 31, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 90


Richard J. Bortnick

Richard Bortnick is an industry-renowned problem solver who litigates and counsels U.S. and international insurers and corporations on cyber, privacy and technology risks and exposures; directors & officers liability; insurance coverage; products liability; and commercial litigation matters. In addition, Rick drafts insurance policy forms of varying types, including those covering cyber/ privacy/ technology risks and exposures, and serves as an expert consultant on cyber insurance matters involving the historical existence and scope of cyber insurance products.

For nearly 20 of his 36-year legal career, Rick has served as a trusted adviser to public and private entities of all sizes on their privacy, cyber and technology risks, and he has trained hundreds of business executives and others on their commercial and legal responsibilities. Rick began his career as a commercial litigator in the antitrust and securities laws sectors and as an insurance coverage attorney handling disputes of all natures, products and subject matters. As such, he has a broad range of experience in corporate and litigation matters that enables him to counsel clients on a full suite of their business needs.

Rick has authored numerous treatise chapters, white papers and articles and regularly presents webinars and seminars on privacy, cyber and D&O for clients and the public at large.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Richard J. Bortnick