Helping Resolve Complex Disputes in the U.S.

By Insurance CIO Outlook | Wednesday, February 20, 2019

With its over 250 lawyers in Bismarck, Boston, Los Angelas, Minneapolis, and other areas around the U.S., Robins Kaplan LLP is one of the top law firms in the U.S., litigating, mediating, and high-stake arbitrating complex disputes that have repeatedly earned national recognition. The company’s clients include numerous Fortune 500 corporations and individuals including claimants and defendants.

Since the company was established in 1938, its commitment to diversity has been continuously revitalized. The company recognizes that the main assets are the professionals it employs. The legal advice and advocacy provided to their clients are reduced without qualified human resources. They believe that their diverse human resources have a necessary and varied background that enhances the practice of Law. These perspectives are more than being just a diverse law firm.

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The company has shown its presence in various industries such as media and entertainment, financial services, food and beverage, health and life sciences, insurance, manufacturing, retail, and technology. The key service categories include business litigation, intellectual property, and technology litigation, insurance, and catastrophic loss, and personal litigation.

Robins Kaplan LLP recently announced that Matthew Burke would be joining the Boston National Insurance and Disaster Loss Practice Group. Burke has over 25 years experience in the provision of high-stakeholder insurance claims including property claims, class actions, professional liability, general liability, and recapture and subrogation claims. Throughout his career, Burke has been working on insurance coverage involving a number of prominent natural and manmade disasters including Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy, mine explosions in West Virginia, and various 9/11-terrorist attack insurance claims.

Burke is also a counsel of the Property Insurance Claims Group, working with Lloyd's from London. He acts as a coordinator for complex and recurrent claims for first-party property in this role. In relation to claims in managed care, legal, and accounting, Mr. Burke represents professional liability insurers. He has handled numerous arbitration proceedings and disputes across the country in state and federal courts. He also works as an active pro bono lawyer in a pro bono civil rights case with the City of Atlanta, which eventually led to a change in the training practices of the police officers.

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