Alexander G. Henlin
Mr. Henlin is an experienced litigator who has focused his practice on complex questions of insurance coverage and reinsurance law. Over the past fifteen years, he has counseled and represented carriers in mediation proceedings, before arbitration panels and in all phases of litigation across the United States. He also defends lenders and loan services against consumer claims.
Liability insurers have retained Mr. Henlin to render opinions about coverage under both primary and excess-layer general liability, D&O, E&O, builders’ risk, and professional liability policies. Affected insureds have included broker-dealers, investment advisors, hedge funds, private equity firms, real estate professionals and attorneys.
Mr. Henlin is intimately familiar with first-party policies. He writes and speaks frequently on property insurance topics and regularly seeks opportunities to deepen his familiarity with reinsurance products that cover those risks.
Mr. Henlin also represents insurance companies in disputes involving reinsured risks. He has arbitrated matters arising under both facultative certificates and treaty programs and he has counseled both ceding and reinsuring companies about their obligations and their rights.
Mr. Henlin has several years’ experience defending consumer financial claims against lenders and loan servicers. He has successfully defended his clients before both trial and appeals courts in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and New York, in addition to negotiating amicable resolutions to dozens of other claims.
Year Joined Firm
Areas of Practice
Insurance Coverage Law
Bad Faith Insurance Law
Financial Institutions and Services Litigation
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
U.S. District Court District of Connecticut
U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts
U.S. District Court District of New Hampshire
U.S. District Court District of New Jersey
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York
Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C.
J.D. – 2004
Georgetown Law Journal: Executive Articles Editor
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
A.B., magna cum laude – 2001
Major: Government and History
Professional Associations and Memberships
Member, Massachusetts Insurance and Reinsurance Bar Association, 2009 – present; President 2017-2018
Member, New Hampshire Bar Association, 2005 – present
Presenter – “Current Issues Facing Directors and Officers and Their Insurers,” ARIAS-US (Dec. 2015 webinar)
Speaker – “Current Trends in Property Reinsurance” – Massachusetts Reinsurance Bar Association Annual Symposium – Boston, MA (Oct. 2014)
Presenter – “Coverage for a Ponzi Scheme?” – Professional Officers and Directors Liability Committee of the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association – Boston, MA (August 2014)
John D. Hughes & Alexander G. Henlin, Judicial Treatment of Coverage for Disgorgement and Restitution Settlements, PLUS JOURNAL, Apr. 2015, at 2-3, 13.
Joshua P. Broudy & Alexander G. Henlin, Changing the Rules, BEST’S REVIEW, Nov. 2014, at 1-3.
Rich McCarthy & Alexander G. Henlin, Coverage for ‘Additional Insureds’ Under Subcontractor Liability Policies, 23 WESTLAW JOURNAL – INSURANCE COVERAGE. 29 (Apr. 26, 2013).
Joshua P. Broudy & Alexander G. Henlin, Preparing for Contingent Business Interruption Claims in the Wake of Superstorm Sandy, 8 MEALEY’S LITIGATION REPORT: CATASTROPHIC LOSS. 5 (Feb. 2013).
Mary-Pat Cormier & Alexander G. Henlin, Cleaning Up in the Wake of a Ponzi Scheme: Insurance Coverage for Financial Crime Claims, BLOOMBERG LAW, Feb. 27, 2012, at 1-5.
Marc S. Voses & Alexander G. Henlin, The Strategic Importance of Rule 24: Judicious Use of Intervention to Assist in the Resolution of Insurance Coverage Cases, INSURANCE & REINSURANCE REVIEW (Sept. 2011).
William N. Erickson & Alexander G. Henlin, Understanding Extra Expense, 45 TORT TRIAL & INSURANCE PRACTICE LAW JOURNAL 1-30 (Fall 2009).