Teresa T. Lewi represents policyholders in complex insurance coverage disputes relating to numerous types of claims and regularly advises employers on federal, state, and local employment laws. Ms. Lewi’s litigation experience includes managing the discovery process, taking and defending depositions, and arguing before trial and appellate courts on motions and appeals.
Ms. Lewi has represented commercial clients in a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, pharmaceutical, medical, entertainment, sports, and financial services.
- Cornell Law School, J.D., 2012
- University of Maryland, B.A., 2009
Bar Admissions :
- New York
- District of Columbia
Representative Matters :
- Represents a global security company in obtaining insurance coverage for environmental liability and tort claims.
- Advises numerous large companies on employment law issues, particularly with respect to New York employment law.
- Represents prominent health services and pharmaceutical companies in obtaining insurance coverage for product liability claims.
- Advises a leading entertainment and media enterprise on a variety of claims under its media liability and general liability policies.
- Represented a major energy company in litigation over umbrella and excess coverage for underlying environmental liability actions.
- Advised a healthcare provider on maximizing recovery for its cyber and business interruption claims in connection with a ransomware attack.
- Represented a prominent hospital in connection with its property damage and business interruption claims arising from Superstorm Sandy.
Pro Bono :
- Advises non-profits in New York and DC on workplace policies and developments in federal, state, and local employment laws.
- Achieved a favorable settlement for a prominent DC non-profit in connection with property damage to its historic buildings.
- Achieved a favorable settlement with a government agency on behalf of a non-profit that advocates for policyholders.
- Advised New York businesses and non-profits on maximizing insurance recovery for their Superstorm Sandy losses.
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