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Covington’s Insurance Recovery Practice Wins Chambers "Award for Excellence"

June 14, 2017

WASHINGTON—Covington’s Insurance Recovery practice has received the 2017 Chambers USA "Award for Excellence" in Insurance, marking the sixth time the firm has received this honor in the 11 years it has been awarded.

The "Award for Excellence" is given to one U.S. firm representing policyholders in the insurance coverage field. In addition to the award, Covington is the only firm with a top-tier ranking nationally, as well as in California and Washington in the Chambers USA 2017 guidebook.

Chambers describes Covington as “the pinnacle of policyholder representation across the USA,” with “some of the industry’s most sought-after practitioners,” “[s]uperlative bench strength and an unmatched level of expertise,” and involved in “the most cutting-edge, high-stakes litigation taking place around the globe.”

“We are delighted by this recognition of our Insurance Recovery group, one of the firm’s most dynamic and storied practices. Ultimately, this is a testament to our clients, who put their trust in us and work closely with our lawyers on these important matters,” said Mitchell Dolin, co-chair of the practice.

In addition to the firm’s rankings, Chambers ranked fifteen Covington coverage lawyers individually, including Don Brown, John Buchanan, Mitchell Dolin, Anna Engh, Marialuisa Gallozzi, Saul Goodman, David Goodwin, Bill Greaney, Larry Hobel, Ben Lenhart, Marty Myers, Matt Schlesinger, René Siemens, Bill Skinner, and Seth Tucker.

Covington’s Insurance practice, with more than 100 lawyers in multiple offices on the East and West Coasts and in London, has a 35-year record of successfully assisting policyholders in maximizing their insurance coverage for a wide variety of contested claims.

 

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