Darlene Alt’s practice focuses on advising U.S. and international insurers on complex claims and coverage issues in both contentious and non-contentious matters. She regularly represents insurers in litigation throughout the country involving complex coverage disputes, claims-handling practices, bad faith and extra-contractual liability and class actions across various lines of business and products. Complete bio   View Darlene Alt’s blog posts here


Richard Booth is an associate in Sedgwick’s London office. His practice is focused on professional indemnity insurance coverage and defense. He also advises upon D&O liability as well as coverage and defense matters involving financial institutions. Mr. Booth’s experience includes advising insurers in connection with claims against lawyers, surveyors, construction and engineering professionals, architects and fund managers. Complete bio  View Richard Booth’s blog posts here


Mark Chudleigh maintains an international practice that focuses on commercial litigation involving the financial services, insurance and private client sectors. After practicing at leading firms in London for 18 years, including as managing partner of Sedgwick London, he moved to Bermuda in 2008 to head Sedgwick Chudleigh, Sedgwick’s Bermuda office.


Kimberly Forrester handles complex insurance coverage disputes and litigation matters on behalf of insurer clients concerning professional liability, D&O liability, employment practices liability, E&O coverage, and commercial general liability policies. Ms. Forrester also handles product liability and toxic tort litigation, including the defense of claims involving energy companies, automobile manufacturers, and construction companies. Complete bio   View Kimberly Forrester’s blog posts here


Carol J. Gerner represents insurance markets in Bermuda, London and domestically on a variety of coverage matters. Her professional liability experience includes providing advice to insurers as monitoring counsel on complex coverage issues, as well as negotiating resolution of coverage disputes. She has experience handling coverage matters, including D&O liability, employment practices liability, managed care liability, billing errors and omissions, and cybersecurity. Complete bio   View Carol Gerner’s blog posts here


Eryk Gettell handles complex insurance coverage and litigation matters on behalf of insurer clients concerning professional liability, directors and officers liability, employment practices liability, errors and omissions coverage, and commercial general liability policies. Complete bio  View Eryk Gettell’s blog posts here


Brian Harrison is a trial lawyer who represents primary and excess insurers in complex coverage and commercial litigation, and arbitration matters. He practice focuses on providing coverage advice and handling disputes under D&O, employment practices, fidelity and property and casualty policies across the U.S. Complete bio View Brian Harrison’s blog posts here

Lisa Henderson has over 20 years of experience handling insurance coverage disputes, including defense of bad faith lawsuits. She has extensive experience representing and advising insurance carriers with regard to property insurance policies, commercial general liability policies, excess liability policies, directors & officers liability policies, professional liability policies and media liability policies. Complete bio  View Lisa Henderson’s blog posts here


Sarah Hennessy, an associate attorney in Sedgwick’s London office, has experience in advising on complex professional indemnity claims, with an emphasis on construction disputes. Her experience includes advising insurers in connection with claims against construction and engineering professionals, surveyors, architects, accountants and insurance brokers. Ms. Hennessy also advises on D&O liability, as well as coverage and defense matters involving financial institutions. Complete bio   View Sarah Hennessy’s blog posts here

Andrew Milne, an associate in Sedgwick’s London office, focuses his practice on insurance coverage with a particular emphasis on Directors & Officers liability and claims involving financial institutions. Most of his work is international-related. He advises insurers in London and Bermuda. He has also advised on claims in Ireland, the U.S., Brazil, Mauritius, Italy, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Belgium, the Isle of Man, Poland and Singapore.  View Andrew Milne’s other blog posts here

David Rhodes has over a dozen years of experience litigating business disputes before U.S. federal and state courts, and before domestic and international arbitrators, including defending clients against litigation brought by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He has successfully defended clients against many types of claims including breach of corporate and joint venture fiduciary duties, securities fraud class action claims, real estate claims, corporate governance and business judgment claims, appraisal claims, breach of contract and trade secret misappropriation. Complete bio  View David Rhode’s blog posts here


Sarah Rogers Sepe analyzes complex, high-exposure coverage matters for international and domestic insurers in connection with professional liability claims, including E&O and D&O liability insurance matters. She provides claims management to insurers engaged in underwriting for various professional lines. Ms. Sepe monitors the progression of securities and derivative actions and domestic and foreign regulatory investigations to forecast exposure for D&O insurer clients. Complete bio   View Sarah Roger Sepe’s blog posts here


Beth Yoffie is a native Californian. She has authored more than a thousand coverage opinions analyzing a huge variety of coverage issues presented under D&O, E&O, fidelity, general liability, homeowner, jewelers block, auto liability, and property and casualty policies, including claims arising from Ponzi schemes, employment liability, personal and advertising injury liability, professional negligence, environmental contamination, earthquake, fire, mold, construction defect, intellectual property, and securities and antitrust litigation. Complete bio   View Beth Yoffie’s blog posts here