Successfully handled insurance claim for an individual whose Tibetan coin dies and gold bullion coins were stolen. We revealed that the law in Washington, D.C. (i) recognizes insurance company mistake as a ground for recognizing coverage, and (ii) frowns upon insurance company reliance upon exclusions that are not revealed until after an event underlying coverage has taken place. Nonetheless, the insurance company continued to insist upon a denial of coverage for the stolen coins and a court date was set. After pre-court hearing negotiations the insurance company agreed to pay our client the total of what he sought.

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Strategic acquisition for Equifax, Inc.
Represented Equifax, Inc., one of the United States' largest credit reporting agencies, in its $1.4 billion acquisition of publicly held TALX more
International reduction in force by a multinational beverage company
Represented a multinational beverage company in developing strategy and coordinating the work of foreign counsel for a global reduction in force more
Retirement plan for New York City Police Department Superior Officers Council
Represents New York City Police Department Superior Officers Council with respect to its retirement plan established for officers of the New York more
Various engineering projects for a global infrastructure, finance and media company
Advised the infrastructure division of a global infrastructure, finance and media company's project management teams on various projects involving more