Mr. Leahy is the senior member of the Risk Management & Insurance Law practice group, as well as being a member of the Professional Liability and Construction Law practice groups. His practice is devoted to all areas of insurance related issues, including analysis of insurance coverage and reinsurance issues, rendering opinions, drafting of insurance policies and endorsements, insurance coverage litigation, advice and litigation, first and third party bad faith litigation, expert witness testimony and acting as monitoring/supervisory claims counsel. He also represents professionals and individuals in high stakes complex litigation.
He has expertise in virtually all lines of property & casualty insurance, including D&O, E&O, EPL, property, marine, Tech E&O, CGL and personal lines. He also handles fidelity and complex non standard coverage questions and claims.
He has also drafted policies covering a myriad of risk, both commercial and personal. He is a Fellow of the American College of Coverage and ExtraContractual Counsel, a distinction held by few lawyers in the United States.
Examining the Impact of September 11th 2001, on Corporate Insurance Programs and Risk Profiles: Disaster Recovery and Contingency Planning for Financial Institutions. Institute for International Research, New York, NY, 2002
Participant, Mock Trial “The Case for Bad Faith Damages in English Insurance Law,” hosted by the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales and The Royal Courts of Justice, sponsored by the British Insurance Law Association. In the lord Chief Justice’s Court, Royal Courts of Justice, London