Vince Morgan has helped clients obtain billions of dollars in insurance proceeds and other recoveries. He represents corporate policyholders in complex coverage matters related to all types of policies, including commercial property and business interruption, reps and warranties, CGL, cyber, professional and fiduciary liabilities, D&O, E&O, environmental, trade credit, and intellectual property. Many of these have involved some of the most pressing issues of recent times, ranging from the COVID-19 pandemic, the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Deepwater Horizon disaster, virtually every hurricane, and other major weather disasters in the last 20 years, major wildfires, the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, and the opioid crisis. Aside from representing corporate clients, Vince has also obtained millions of dollars on behalf of pro bono clients.
Currently, Vince is representing clients across a multitude of industries including hospitality, professional sports, retail, healthcare, real estate, and energy on COVID-19 losses. He is also representing several private equity funds on claims under reps and warranty policies. Additionally, Vince is handling other coverage matters such as property damage and business interruption claims from recent hurricanes and other catastrophes as well as the placement of cyber insurance policies.
He is the author of the only legal treatise specifically focused on insurance coverage for catastrophe losses, having written the chapters on the Claim Process and Business Interruption, and he is currently writing a new chapter for that treatise on COVID‐19 losses. Vince is perennially listed in major peer‐based rankings and market commentators have praised him as ldquo;a fantastic tactical lawyer.” Vince has handled matters all across the US involving events spanning the globe and has served as an expert witness on insurance law in cases in the US and Europe. From time to time, he also serves as a mediator and arbitrator in coverage disputes.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Vincent E. Morgan