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January 20, 2021

Gilbert LLP Publishes “The COVID Review” Collection of Written Analyses of COVID-19 Business Interruption Issues

Gilbert LLP released The COVID Review today, compiling its extensive writings on COVID-19 and the range of business interruption insurance issues that have arisen during the pandemic. Gilbert, a leader in insurance coverage law, has written more than two dozen articles, blogs, and other material pertaining to the COVID-19 business interruption legal landscape since February, […]

January 06, 2021

Gilbert LLP Partner Jason Rubinstein Co-Authors Chapter in New ABA Book, Mass Torts in the United States: Strategy and Practice

Gilbert LLP announced today that Jason Rubinstein, a firm partner, has co-authored a chapter in the American Bar Association’s recently released book, Mass Torts in the United Sates: Strategy and Practice. The chapter, entitled “The Role of Insurance in Mass Tort Litigation,” was co-authored by Rubinstein and former colleagues Barry Buchman and Tamra Ferguson.  It […]

December 21, 2020

Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal Publishes Article by Gilbert LLP Partner Mark Packman on COVID-19 and Insurance Industry

Gilbert LLP partner Mark Packman was published last week in the Fall edition of the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal with an article examining the Constitution’s Contracts Clause and proposed state legislation aimed at protecting business interruption claims for businesses suffering from COVID-19 losses. The article, entitled “Constitutionality Under the Contracts Clause of […]

November 18, 2019

Department of Justice Victim Assistance Fund Refuses to Pay Award to U.S. Marine Brutally Tortured and Wrongfully Imprisoned by Iran

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Jason Kaplan, kaplan@skdknick.com, 845-300-9836 Today, Gilbert LLP filed a lawsuit in the United States Court of Federal Claims on behalf of former U.S. Marine Amir Hekmati, who was brutally tortured and falsely imprisoned by the Government of Iran from 2011 to 2016 after traveling to the country to visit his grandmother.  […]