Attorney John G. Koch Tapped for 2023 Law360 Insurance Authority Editorial Advisory Board

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Insurance Counseling & Recovery Attorney John Koch has been tapped by Law360, along with eight additional attorneys, to serve on the news outlet's Insurance Authority Property Editorial Advisory Board. 

The editorial advisory board provides feedback on Law360's coverage and expert insight on how best to shape future coverage.

Insurance Lawyer Serving New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York

John has extensive insurance counseling and recovery experience. Whether by litigating a case through trial and appeal, using alternative dispute resolution (ADR), or out-of-court negotiations, John has recovered substantial sums for clients under both liability insurance policies and property insurance policies. His clients hail from many industries, such as HVAC and other manufacturing, global food and beverage, big box retail and shopping centers, property management, communications and entertainment, publishing, financial services, and others.

John has represented policyholder clients in matters involving property damage and large business interruption losses, environmental and toxic tort liabilities (CERCLA and hazardous waste, asbestos, silica, hearing loss), business torts, advertising and other “Coverage B” or Media Liability matters, product and construction defects, product recalls, D&O, E&O, Fidelity/Crime, and bad faith.

John has also successfully advanced clients’ interests in the insurance claim process, helping to maximize recoveries and avoid or resolve coverage disputes (if possible) before having to resort to costly and disruptive litigation.

He is serving on the board with attorneys from law firms who have offices around the globe.

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