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Andrea Kotrosits focuses her practice on policyholder insurance coverage matters. Prior to joining Bradley, Andrea practiced at a litigation and insurance recovery boutique firm.

Andrea received her J.D. (cum laude) from George Mason University School of Law, where she was a member of George Mason Law Review. During law school, Andrea worked with in-house counsel at a financial services company, and later as a law clerk at a firm handling mostly employment discrimination and False Claims Act matters.

On December 31, 2021, New York imposed draconian new insurance disclosure requirements on defendants in New York state courts when Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act (Senate Bill 7052) into law. The new law, amending Section (f) of New York Civil Practice Law and Rules (C.P.L.R.) § 3101 and adding New York

Big Win for Restaurant Policyholders in COVID-19 Litigation in North CarolinaA North Carolina court has required Cincinnati Insurance Company to provide business interruption and extra expense coverage to 16 North Carolina restaurants that lost the use of and access to their properties due to COVID-19 civil authority orders (see North State Deli, LLC, et al. v. Cincinnati Insurance Co. et al.). The court agreed

Is Civil Authority Insurance Coverage the Solution for Businesses Sustaining Losses from COVID-19?Many of the early insurance-related COVID-19 lawsuits seek insurance coverage under the civil authority coverage grant in commercial property policies. Restaurants filed the first cases (Cajun Conti LLC, et al. v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London, et al. and French Laundry Partners LP, et al. v. Hartford Fire Insurance Co., et al.) quickly followed