Date: October 8, 2020 Time: 10:00am Subject: COVID’s Impact on Coverage
The pandemic has devastated much of our economy, forcing the closure of so many small and medium size businesses. Do they have any recourse to recoup some losses through insurance coverage, and if so, what would that look like?
Speaker: Drew Pomerance – Roxborough Pomerance Nye & Adreani
As a Senior Founding Partner of the firm, Drew Pomerance is a nationally renowned trial and appellate attorney, with 39 years of expertise in all aspects of complex business litigation, insurance coverage and bad faith disputes, as well as labor and employment matters. He has tried numerous cases to verdict, argued at the state and federal courts of appeal, and has won both of the cases he argued to the California Supreme Court. He represents businesses of every size and type, from counseling and advice, through the entire litigation process, trial, as well as at the appellate level. He is also one of the most experienced and sought after class action attorneys in the country, and has represented the Plaintiff class in the largest rest break class action case in California history, as well as representing numerous businesses in defending against class actions. Mr. Pomerance is a Life Fellow of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), the most prestigious invitation only trial lawyer organization in the United States, as well as a member of the Litigation Counsel of America, a trial lawyer honorary society. He is a frequent speaker and lecturer at trial lawyer conventions and seminars throughout California on insurance and employment topics, and has been recognized as a Southern California Super Lawyer every year for the last decade