New Additions to General Litigation and Insurance Coverage Practices
NEW YORK, NY, April 08, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Gerber Ciano Kelly Brady LLP is pleased to announce the law firm recently added Jeffrey Migdalen and Paul J. Callahan as partners, and Lisa M. Bonanni as an associate. Collectively, they reflect the firm’s diverse and national client base, which includes prominent product manufacturers and distributors, retailers, construction companies, professional service providers, and the world’s leading insurers.
Additionally, Gerber Ciano Kelly Brady announced it remains open for business to serve clients and protect their interests through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. As a firm designed from its inception to utilize innovative, secure, cloud-based technology that allows its lawyers and staff to work remotely without any impact on client services, it is protecting its people and communities while continuing to advance matters under the prevailing conditions.
The firm created and continually updates a COVID-19 and the Courts resource page on its website to provide the latest updates on how courts are operating during this time within the primary jurisdictions it serves: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut
About Our New Attorneys
Jeffrey Migdalen, who practices from the Garden City office, joined the firm’s Construction and General Litigation Practice Groups. He is a seasoned trial lawyer with numerous successful verdicts in state and federal courts. He has extensive experience defending contractors and owners in construction worksite injury claims invoking New York’s Labor Law. He also regularly defends clients in high-exposure personal injury actions involving premises liability, trucking and products liability.
Paul Callahan, a member of the firm’s Insurance Solutions Practice Group who is based in the Buffalo office, handles analysis and litigation of complex insurance coverage and contractual risk transfer issues. His broad range of coverage work includes representing insurance companies in large-loss subrogation actions, as well as assisting special investigation units in the investigation, evaluation and litigation of suspicious first-party claims. He currently serves as chair of the Insurance Coverage Committee to the Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law Section of the New York State Bar Association.
Lisa Bonanni, another addition to the Insurance Solutions Practice Group and based in Garden City, focuses on commercial property, casualty and construction insurance coverage litigation. She has extensive experience handling coverage matters from inception to trial, and she has secured favorable outcomes for insurers at courts throughout New York. She also aids insurers in claims analysis and provides coverage opinions on complex issues including covered causes of loss, business interruption, pollution and water coverage or exclusions, and more.
Headquartered in New York, New York, Gerber Ciano Kelly Brady LLP is a law firm dedicated to providing clients with exceptional legal services combined with unparalleled value and efficiency. With more than 30 lawyers operating out of eight offices in New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and London, England, we provide legal counsel and advocacy to businesses, insurers, and professionals locally, nationally and internationally.
Named in the 2020 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms,” our team comprises industry leaders, seasoned trial attorneys, and nationally recognized authorities in a broad range of practice areas. We cultivate a working environment that provides a humane, sustainable approach to earning a living and living in our world — for ourselves and for our clients. We are committed to reducing our costs, and our impact on the planet, through integrating virtually and innovative practices to avoid the traditional “brick and mortar” costs associated with operating a law firm.
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