Marc L. Abrams

Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.

MARC ABRAMS is Member at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo P.C. Marc has more than 17 years of experience guiding clients through complex insurance and reinsurance dispute resolutions, both in US courts and before US and international arbitration panels. He represents US and international insurers and has been involved in a variety of engagements for both insurers and reinsurers across various lines of insurance business. Marc has presented and tried many of the insurance and reinsurance industry’s fundamental dispute issues, including, allocation, aggregation, notice, follow the fortunes, security, payment of interest, set-offs, insolvency, captives, “cut-through” provisions, claims handling practices, claims control, special acceptances, rescission, sunset clauses, and other matters of contractual interpretation. He has been admitted as pro hac vice in various US federal courts. On the reinsurance side, Marc has recently resolved a number of matters involving allocation and notice as well as a complex international reinsurance dispute involving a fronting company’s “cut-through” rights. Marc’s practice also extends to litigating and arbitrating insurance coverage matters and other commercial disputes involving insurers, and he has recently resolved a number of EPLI and business interruption claims for a large US insurer. For several years, Chambers USA has recognized Marc as a leading attorney in insurance and reinsurance dispute resolution, with clients praising his “quick understanding of new cases”, his versatility in handling “any kind of case”, and his “second to none” attention to detail. In addition to his work on the dispute side, Marc counsels insurers and regulators on a wide range of regulatory issues.