The New York-based law firm of Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass LLP announced today that Dustin DuBose will be joining the firm as Resident Partner in its new Houston, Texas office. Dustin, a seasoned litigator and advisor, has represented domestic and...
Partner Sanjit Shah participated as a speaker during a New York City Bar Association CLE course titled “Ethical Dilemmas That Keep Lawyers Awake at Night”
Sanjit S. Shah represented MCWG as a speaker and faculty member during a New York City Bar Association CLE course titled "Ethical Dilemmas That Keep Lawyers Awake at Night." The course was held on February 5, 2019 from 6:00-9:00 PM and offered various CLE credit.
Court Holds Property Damage and Business Interruption Loss Subject to Water Damage Sub-Limit and Dismisses all Claims in Excess of the Sub-Limit
On December 5, 2018, Justice Patrick J. McGrath of the New York Supreme Court, Rensselaer County, issued a decision in the case Black River Partners, et al. v. Adirondack Mechanical Services and Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Index No. 252627/2016, granting partial...
Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass LLP will be hosting the IRUA/Reinsurance Networking Group Luncheon on Wednesday, January 23rd. The topic of the luncheon presentation will be "Ethics in Arbitration: Is It an Oxymoron? Arbitrator 'Disclosures' and Other Bad...
Partners Jeffrey Weinstein and Bruce Kaliner authored Law360 article,”Property Insurance Considerations For Green Energy Storage”
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Founded in 1933, Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass LLP is among the oldest and most respected law firms in New York City, offering preeminent legal services in a wide array of practice areas.
Headquartered in New York’s financial district, MCWG is engaged primarily in the conduct of insurance, reinsurance, and commercial litigation. Although we are still best known for our insurance and reinsurance practices, over the years our traditional strengths have broadened as our clients’ needs have evolved.