Securing Coverage for Wrongful Termination
Employers can be subject to a wide array of employment-related claims and often purchase employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) to […]
Delaware AG Can Pursue Fraud Claims Against Opioid Makers
Law360 — Delaware can move ahead with a case calling out drug manufacturers for downplaying the addictive nature of opioids, […]
Gilbert LLP Launches New Website
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Gilbert LLP announced today that it has launched www.GilbertLegal.com, a savvy new website that presents Gilbert’s mission, […]
Duke Energy, insurers mull settlement of $600M coal-ash liability suit
Charlotte Business Journal By John Downey Duke Energy and some two dozen insurance companies are negotiating a possibility of what […]
The Opioid Crisis Costs Billions. Will Insurance Pay For It? (Part 1)
There is an opioid crisis plaguing the United States. Millions of Americans are addicted, and tens of thousands die annually […]
Gilbert LLP Announces Selection of Jenna Hudson as New Firm Partner
Gilbert LLP announced today that it has named Jenna Hudson to the firm’s partnership effective January 1, 2019. Hudson has […]
Rick Leveridge Joins Gilbert
Rick Leveridge has been practicing law for over 35 years.
Gilbert LLP Ranked in Top Tier by U.S. News & World Report
Gilbert LLP has been ranked in the top tier of insurance law firms in Washington, DC by U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Law Firms.
Excess D&O In Delaware: A Safe Forum For Exhaustion Disputes
Over the past decade, excess D&O insurers have become increasingly aggressive in denying coverage when a policyholder settles with one […]
U.S. District Court Grants American Held Prisoner in Iran $63 million
Judge Ellen Huvelle of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has granted the motion of Amir Hekmati, an American held prisoner in Iran, for default against the Islamic Republic of Iran and awarded Mr. Hekmati over $63 million in compensatory, economic and punitive damages.