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Julie Weerth Joins Cullen and Dykman to Lead Risk Transfer & Insurance Coverage Group

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Julie Weerth has joined the firm as a Partner in the Construction Litigation and Insurance Coverage Practices where she will lead the Risk Transfer & Insurance Coverage group. The firm's strategic addition of Julie Weerth as Partner in its Wall Street Office will have a huge impact on behalf of our clients and on the firm's commitment to growth and expansion in these areas.

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (PRWEB) August 13, 2018

Cullen and Dykman LLP is pleased to announce that Julie Weerth has joined the firm as a Partner in the Construction Litigation and Insurance Coverage Practices where she will lead the Risk Transfer & Insurance Coverage group. The firm's strategic addition of Julie Weerth as Partner in its Wall Street Office will have a huge impact on behalf of our clients and on the firm's commitment to growth and expansion in these areas.

Julie, who formerly served as Vice President of Complex Casualty Claims at AIG, began her career as a litigator in New York, specializing in Labor Law and Insurance Coverage Litigation. She now joins Cullen and Dykman with the experience of managing hundreds of complex casualty cases nationwide, including: class action; mass tort; products liability; construction defect; environmental pollution; sexual abuse; Title IX; discrimination, defamation, product disparagement; and public entities liability.

"I am excited to have a Partner of Julie's expertise join our firm. Julie's experience in insurance coverage and construction litigation enhances our practice group's capabilities and will be integral to our expansion of services as we continue to grow to meet our clients' needs," noted John Sparling, Head of the firm's Construction Litigation Practice.

As a highly experienced Insurance Coverage litigator, Julie has managed the insurance coverage litigation of some of the most high-profile and precedent setting declaratory judgement actions of the last decade, with amounts in dispute frequently exceeding $100 million. Julie returns to her New York litigation roots to compliment and continue the success of the firm's Construction Litigation and Insurance Coverage Practices, which has expanded to over 25 lawyers in less than two years.

Christopher H. Palmer, Managing Partner of Cullen and Dykman, stated that "We are thrilled and honored to welcome Julie as our Partner at Cullen and Dykman. Julie is an extremely well renowned attorney in the insurance coverage field, and she has managed hundreds of complex casualty cases nationwide in her prior role as an insurance executive. Julie will lead our risk transfer and coverage litigation groups within the firm's construction litigation and insurance coverage practices, and her addition will no doubt boost the continued growth of those groups."

Julie earned her J.D. from St. John's University School of Law and her B.A. from St. John's University. She is admitted to practice in New York State.

About Cullen and Dykman LLP
Cullen and Dykman LLP (http://www.cullenanddykman.com) has been providing legal services to individual and institutional clients since 1850 and represents a wide range of clients including banks and other financial institutions; energy, telecommunications and water companies; large and small businesses; educational institutions; religious organizations; insurance companies; municipalities and not-for-profits; as well as individuals. The firm's practice areas include banking finance and lending; corporate; energy and utilities; telecommunications; public utility regulation; environmental and land use; tax certiorari and eminent domain; real estate; regulatory and compliance; loan restructuring and foreclosure; bankruptcy and creditors' rights; tort and commercial litigation; labor and employment law; municipal law; construction law; and trusts and estates.

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