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Commercial Insurance Disputes

Mayer Brown lawyers have represented insurers and reinsurers in virtually every type of business and commercial dispute.

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Our Insurance/Reinsurance Litigation & Dispute Resolution lawyers have represented insurers and reinsurers in virtually every type of business and commercial dispute. Our practice is built on the experience and skill of our trial lawyers. We have represented our clients in jury and bench trials across the Americas, Europe and Asia. We have handled dozens of commercial arbitrations and administrative hearings. Our lawyers take pride in their ability to move quickly and mobilize a team at a moment’s notice to handle emergency litigation, whether it be a TRO, a preliminary injunction or an emergency appeal. We have the ability to assemble teams that include lawyers from across the world with extensive experience in their local courts. No other firm can offer a litigation practice that is so strongly supported at every step by the lawyers of our nationally renowned appellate practice and a group that specializes in e-discovery.

Commercial disputes often involve reputational risks for our clients and are frequently “bet the company” cases. In those cases, clients often seek aggressive, trial-ready advocates who will demonstrate both the client’s legal resolve and also its readiness to pursue its legal remedies through a trial. Our collection of trial lawyers, including many former assistant US attorneys, bring substantial trial experience and ably communicate our clients’ legal resolve.

We recognize, however, that many disputes may involve lower stakes, or require the balancing of potential financial exposure against other meaningful business interests. We know that litigation efficiency may be a key definition of success for our clients, and we work closely with our clients to ensure that the services provided match the level needed in any particular case.

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