Overview

Maryann Taylor’s practice concentrates on reinsurance and regulatory matters, including coverage, transactional and dispute resolution. She has over 20 years of reinsurance arbitration experience involving a broad array of coverages, such as workers’ compensation and occupational accident, professional liability and all forms of property and casualty business. Ms. Taylor has arbitrated and litigated claims ranging from the validity of the acts of 9/11 as vandalism, to fraud and misrepresentation claims giving rise to rescission, as well as environmental, asbestos and clergy sexual misconduct claims and claims involving allocation and occurrence issues.

On the reinsurance transactional side, Ms. Taylor has drafted and participated in negotiations of diverse types of treaty wording, facultative, fronting and retrocession agreements, loss portfolio transfers and managing general agents agreements.

Complementing her reinsurance background, Ms. Taylor has counseled accident and health and property and casualty company clients in insurance regulatory matters ranging from formation and licensing, compliance matters, mergers, acquisitions, surplus lines status and tax issues.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

Association of Insurance and Reinsurance Run-Off Companies
Vice Chair of Publication Committee

Association of Professional Insurance Women
Pro Bono Counsel

Amercian Bar Association
Member

 

Address

Two World Financial Center
225 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10281

Bar admission

New York
New Jersey
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York

Education

Montclair State College 1985, B.S.

Hofstra University School of Law 1991, J.D., Hofstra Law Review

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