Private Practice

Insurance Associate

Insurance Associate

  • We currently have an opening for an insurance associate with solid experience to join our growing team in London.
  • The successful candidate will have experience of a range skill sets, including advising on both policy coverage and the defence of professional indemnity insurance claims involving a broad range of professionals including solicitors, surveyors, barristers, actuaries, accountants and trustees.
  • Coverage work includes financial institutions, directors' and officers' liability, professional liability, cyber, warranty & indemnity and reinsurance.
  • Previous experience of defending claims against lawyers, accountants and chartered surveyors and other professionals is desirable.
  • We would also prefer experience from a highly ranked City or equivalent practice or team.

Mayer Brown International LLP

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