Thought Leadership 10.01.18
In the wake of Hurricane Florence, a thorough understanding of the coverage available, the facts surrounding the loss, and the applicable law can often be key to maximizing insurance recovery.
Alexander Hardiman, a Pillsbury partner, has successfully litigated, arbitrated and settled hundreds of complex insurance coverage claims.
Alex represents and advises corporate and individual policyholders in insurance coverage matters, including commercial general liability claims, direct and officers’ insurance, fiduciary liability insurance, errors and omissions insurance, and property insurance issues. He has extensive experience helping clients secure policy coverage for defense of class actions and product contamination and environmental hazard cases, as well as for governmental actions including antitrust claims and SEC investigations.
Successfully obtained insurance coverage for a Fortune 500 company’s defense in the U.S. and other global jurisdictions in class actions alleging product contamination.
Represented a manufacturer regarding insurance coverage for class actions alleging bodily injury from asbestos.
Secured policyholder coverage for environmental pollution liabilities.
Member of the Insurance Recovery & Advisory practice, named by Law360 as a Practice Group of the Year in 2015 and 2016.
Quoted as an insurance authority by Law360, Business Insurance magazine, Bestwire, Chicago Tribune, New York Law Journal, Advisen, Reuters and other media.
Authored the Legal Issues In Risk Management - A Policyholder's Guide chapter on “Workers Compensation Insurance.”
J.D., Boston University School of Law, 1998
B.A., Oxford University