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Insurance



We take a 360° view of the insurance industry, understanding that the law touches every angle of your business. From this perspective, we identify opportunities to expand your business and reduce legal risks.

Our approach

The insurance industry is undergoing continuous and rapid change.

Right now, tough regulatory and investment environments continue to present challenges, shifting demographics are reshaping customer expectations and technology and big data are revolutionizing how risk is analyzed.

We’re growing into the future with the industry.

We believe that by anticipating industry shifts and collaborating with clients, we can foresee new possibilities in an increasingly complex environment. We analyze current legal hazards and look from the inside to remove barriers that stand in the way of market growth.

From coverage litigation to real estate transactions, our cross-practice group of 40+ attorneys brings insurance companies a full-range of services tailored for their industry.

Who we work with

  • U.S. and international insurance companies, reinsurers, run-off operations, TPA’s and other related entities of all sizes and scope
  • Self-insured and guaranty associations
  • Commercial and investment banks

Rankings & Honors

  • Chambers USA
  • U.S. News/Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms”

Aetna Blasts Conformis For Using Patient To Force Coverage

Law360 | July 24, 2020

Complex Commercial Disputes co-practice group leader and Boston partner Steve LaRose and Manchester associate Kierstan Schultz were mentioned in this article for representing Aetna in a suit regarding coverage for medical device manufacturer Conformis’ customized total knee implants.

Top DOJ attorney spotlights main FCA target areas for 2020

Law360 | February 28, 2020

This article features Washington, DC, Government Investigations and White Collar Defense partner Adam Tarosky discussing the best approach for Medicare Advantage insurers who may be re-evaluating their chart review programs in the context of possible False Claims Act actions brought by the Department of Justice.

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