Our team of reinsurance attorneys understands the complex business relationships inherent in reinsurance agreements, and the unique challenges that reinsurance disputes present for cedents, reinsurers, retrocessionaires, intermediaries, and managing general agents alike. At Sulloway & Hollis, our New England-based team of attorneys provides strategic guidance and advocacy to reinsurance stakeholders seeking to avoid disputes, and to those who find themselves involved in litigation or arbitration proceedings, or other alternative dispute resolution methods. We counsel our clients on coverage issues, contract interpretation, collection methods, commutations, compliance, and overall business strategies across a wide variety of business lines, including property and casualty (including catastrophe), general liability, and professional liability. Our attorneys are admitted to practice in New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, and New Jersey.
We help our clients fulfill their business objectives and maintain regulatory compliance by providing efficient, creative and timely legal solutions and informed advice. We have a proven record of thinking outside the box and staying abreast of important developments in all facets of insurance and reinsurance law, which helps our clients achieve their goals and lessen their legal exposures in the most cost-effective manner possible. We have achieved professional distinction across several areas:
- Our lawyers are leaders in national and international insurance organizations, including the ACCEC, DRI, and the Massachusetts Insurance & Reinsurance Bar Association
- Frequent appearances as authors and speakers on insurance and reinsurance topics, including developments in reinsurance claim trends and emerging risks
- Recognition in Who’s Who in Insurance, Best’s Directories of Recommended Insurance Attorneys and Adjusters, Super Lawyers®, and The Best Lawyers in America©
The Sulloway & Hollis team of attorneys is focused on delivering cost-effective solutions to the spectrum of interests involved in the reinsurance space. We have litigated reinsurance disputes in New England’s courtrooms (both state and federal), and we have represented our reinsurance clients at all stages of arbitration and mediation proceedings across the United States. Coupled with the strong corporate and administrative law experience that Sulloway & Hollis possesses, we also offer guidance on corporate and regulatory matters, representation before insurance regulators and state agencies, and the preparation of amicus curiae briefs on matters of importance to the insurance and reinsurance industry throughout the New England region.