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Michael  Levine, Esq.

Mike Levine has more than 25 years of experience litigating insurance disputes and advising clients on insurance coverage matters. 

Mike Levine is a partner in the firm’s Washington, DC office and a member of the firm’s Insurance Recovery team. Mike’s policyholder representation focuses on: 

 

  • Property damage and business interruption claims, including COVID-19 losses 

  • Event cancellation insurance counseling 

  • Representations and warranties coverage 

  • Commercial, professional, corporate and employment liabilities under CGL, pollution, E&O, D&O and EPLI insurance policies 

 

Mike has spent his entire career advising clients about insurance and handling insurance coverage disputes. As a young lawyer, Mike represented the insurance industry in some of the highest-stakes matters, including the property, liability and appraisal proceedings arising from the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Mike has devoted the latter half of his career to helping policyholders obtain the insurance recoveries they deserve, where Mike leverages his substantial insurance industry experience to maximize his clients’ insurance recoveries. 

 

In recent years, Mike has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars of insurance proceeds for clients under general liability, property, directors and officers, cyber, errors and omissions, employment, environmental, and representations and warranties insurance coverages. 

 

Mike is a prolific writer and frequently serves as a faculty member and lecturer on issues concerning insurance recovery, insurer bad faith and unfair claims practices and assessing coverage for new and emerging risks, such as COVID-19, cyber and disruptive technologies. Mike also serves as an editor of the ABA’s insurance coverage journal, Coverage, as well as manager and editor of the firm’s Insurance Recovery Blog. 

Programs by Michael  Levine, Esq..

This year, many businesses have been unable to obtain microchips they need for their products. Microchip manufacturers have been affected by fires, utility outages, and other damage to their factors. Fortunately, resulting financial losses may be cov...

Program Number
31197
Program Date
2021-09-09
Category
Administrative Law & RegulationsBusiness Organizations & ContractsFederal CourtsFlorida EligibleInsurance LawRegulatory and Administrative Law
State
CaliforniaColoradoFloridaGeorgiaNew JerseyNew YorkTexas Self Study