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March 16, 2022

Gilbert Attorneys Richard Shore and Rachel Jennings Testify in Support of Maryland Legislation to Protect Home and Land Ownership of Disadvantaged Groups

Gilbert partner Richard Shore and associate Rachel Jennings testified in February before committees of the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate in support of a bill to protect economically disadvantaged property owners from abusive tactics that allow real estate speculators to acquire family owned “heirs” property and other real property subject to partition laws for […]

March 01, 2022

Gilbert Partner Heather Frazier to Speak at March 2 Perrin Mass Tort Litigation Conference

Gilbert LLP announced today that Heather Frazier, a firm partner, will appear at Perrin’s virtual Mass Tort Litigation Conference tomorrow, March 2, 2022.  Frazier will appear on the conference’s panel, “Bankruptcy in Mass Tort.” Ms. Frazier’s practice focuses on insurance recovery for mass tort liabilities in bankruptcy proceedings, state and federal court litigation, and alternative […]

February 10, 2022

Firm Attorney Rachel Jennings Testifies in Support of Bill to Protect African-American Land Ownership

Gilbert LLP associate Rachel Jennings recently testified before the Judicial Proceedings Committee of the Maryland Senate in support of Senate Bill 92, the Maryland Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act. The Act would protect African-American and other disadvantaged groups from abusive tactics permitted by current real property law that allow real estate speculators to acquire family-owned property […]

February 04, 2022

Gilbert Partner Daniel Wolf Speaks at CLE Webinar on Insurability of Punitive Damages

On January 25, 2022, Gilbert Partner Daniel Wolf spoke at Strafford Publications’ live CLE webinar on “Insurability of Punitive Damages in Civil Litigation: Reducing Uncertainty of Coverage and Insurer Duties.”  The webinar addressed the insurance contract provisions, state law requirements, and public policy considerations that can impact the availability of insurance coverage for punitive damages, […]

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.  […]