Rebecca Bailey Jacobsen is an associate in the Firm's Insurance and Litigation Practice Groups. Rebecca focuses her practice on insurance and reinsurance litigation. She also does work in the area of government contracts.
During law school she was a legal intern for Indiana Student Legal Services and was certified to present cases at trial. She handled family, traffic, insurance, small claims and administrative law matters. Rebecca also interned at a local women's shelter where she drafted and filed protective orders and attended court hearings.
Prior to attending law school Rebecca worked in the IT industry and served in the United States Navy.
Maryland Bar Association;
American Bar Association
Recent Decisions Regarding Challenges to Arbitrator's Fitness to Serve
ADR Choices, 11/04/2010
Unauthorized Reinsurer Ordered to Post Pre-Pleading Security for the Amount at Issue in Federal Suit
Occam's Razor Insurance Law Update, 05/27/2010
The Importance Of Adhering To The Notice Provisions Of Your Reinsurance Policy
Occam's Razor Insurance Law Update, 02/09/2010
Did the Supreme Court's Hall Street Decision Eliminate All Nonstatutory Bases for Vacatur of an Arbitration Awards, Including the Widely-Accepted "Manifest Disregard of the Law" Standard?
ABA Excess, Surplus Lines and Reinsurance Committee, 06/14/2009
Is An Arbitration Panel's "Manifest Disregard of the Law" Still a Viable Basis For Contesting an Adverse Arbitration Award?
Occam's Razor Insurance Law Update, 06/11/2009
Whether Your Arbitration Award Is Domestic, Non-Domestic or Foreign May Determine The Availability of Vacatur For An Arbitrator's
ADR Choices, 05/19/2009
(Resident, Washington, D.C.)