Thomas F. Segalla: Lawyer with Goldberg Segalla LLP

Thomas F. Segalla

Partner
Buffalo,  NY  U.S.A.
Phone716.566.5480

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Practice Areas

  • Global Insurance Services
  • Insurance Regulatory
  • General Liability
  • Aviation Litigation
  • Municipal and Governmental Liability
  • Cyber Risk and Social Media
  • Construction
 
Contact InfoTelephone: 716.566.5480
Fax: 716.566.5401
http://www.goldbergsegalla.com/attorneys/thomas-f-segalla
 
University University of Miami, B.B.A., department honors, 1965
 
Law SchoolState University of New York at Buffalo Law School, J.D., cum laude, 1972
 
Admitted1973, New York
 
Memberships 

Professional Affiliations
•American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel: Immediate-Past President
•Defense Research Institute: Chair, Publications Board; Former Member, Board of Directors; Former Board Liaison to the Insurance Law Committee; Past Chair of Law Institute
•Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel: Insurance Coverage Section; Reinsurance, Excess and Surplus Lines Section; International Practice & Law Section; Toxic Tort and Environmental Law Section; Insurance Industry Initiatives Committee; Publications Committee; Insurance Symposium Committee; Extra Contractual Liability Section
•American Association of Insurance Management Consultants, 2012 to present
•International Association of Defense Counsel: Ethics, Insurance/Reinsurance, International and Toxic Tort sections
Law360 Insurance Editorial Advisory Board
•British Law Association
•Claims and Litigation Management Alliance: Insurance Bad Faith and Insurance Fraud Committees
•International Association for Insurance Law
•American Arbitration Association: Roster of Neutrals
•National Foundation for Judicial Excellence: State Liaison
•National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel
•ARIAS U.S.
•American Bar Association: Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section
•USLAW: Former Chair, Insurance Committee
•New York State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section and Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law Section
•General Building Contractors of New York State: Associate Member
•Bar Association of Erie County
•Western New York Trial Lawyers Association
•Defense Trial Lawyers Association of Western New York
•Insurance Club of Buffalo 1996, Director 1998-2001
•Buffalo Insurance Claims Association, 1972-present
•Utica Insurance Claims Association, 1990-present
•Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter, Matriculated Student
•New York State Insurance Department (CPCU Sponsorship), Continuing Education Instructor
•Council on Litigation Management: Insurance Bad Faith and Insurance Fraud Committees

 
BornLee, Massachusetts, April 7, 1943
 
Biography

Thomas Segalla is a nationally recognized authority on bad faith, reinsurance, and insurance, an ARIAS Board-Certified Arbitrator and mediator, and a founding partner of the firm. He has been retained as counsel and as a consultant by numerous major insurance carriers and policyholders in more than 35 jurisdictions nationally and internationally, and has served as an expert witness in more than 100 bad faith, coverage, and extracontractual cases across the country. His active practice focuses on the defense and insurance coverage aspects of matters involving bad faith; construction site personal injury accidents (Labor Law 200, 240(1) and 241(6)); toxic tort and environmental issues; and extracontractual, product liability, professional liability and railroad litigation. He also has experience representing and advising life science, pharmaceutical, and medical device industry clients.

Tom is the co-author of the renowned insurance law treatise Couch on Insurance 3d and editor of the Reinsurance Professional’s Deskbook published by Thomson Reuters and DRI, and he has published and lectured extensively for many professional organizations. As a member of the Defense Research Institute (DRI), he is currently Chair of the organization’s Publications Board and has previously served as Chair of DRI’s Insurance Law Committee, Chair of its Law Institute, and a member of its Board of Directors. In addition, as a member of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, he is integrally involved in the relationship between the insurance industry and defense counsel. Tom is the immediate-past President of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel, an organization which brings together the top insurance lawyers in the U.S. and Canada to focus on the creative, ethical, and efficient adjudication of disputes between policyholders and insurers over insurance coverage as well as extracontractual damages. Recently, Best Lawyers in America named him Buffalo Insurance Law Lawyer of the Year and the Defense Association of New York (DANY) presented Tom with its 2014 James S. Conway Award for Outstanding Service to the Defense Community.

Honors
•Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating: AV Preeminent
•Top Rated Lawyer in Litigation, American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell, 2014
•Defense Association of New York (DANY) 2014 James S. Conway Award for Outstanding Service to the Defense Community
•Buffalo Insurance Law “Lawyer of the Year,” Best Lawyers in America 2014
Best Lawyers in America 2013-2015 (Insurance Law and Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants)
•Top Rated Lawyer in Insurance Law, American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell, 2013
Super Lawyers, Corporate Counsel Edition
•Upstate New York Super Lawyers (Insurance Coverage); Top 50 List
Business First's Legal Elite of Western New York (Insurance)
The International Who's Who of Insurance & Reinsurance Lawyers
Expert Guides: Insurance and Reinsurance
•Who's Who in America
•Who's Who in American Law
•Who's Who in the World
•United Who's Who - Honored Lifetime Member
•Presidential Who's Who Among Business and Professional Achievers
•International Association of Business Leaders, Life Member, January 2004, for commitment to sound business practices and having earned a reputation in the business community for vision, performance and leadership
•America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals, 2003-2004
•National Republican Congressional Committee's Business Advisory Council's 2003 Businessman of the Year
•Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel 2002 Andrew C. Hecker Award; Bad Faith as a Continuum: From Claim to Trial, Fall 2001; presented in honor of Andrew C. Hecker, a leader of the defense bar; presented July 27, 2002
•Excess Surplus Lines Claims Association for contribution to the Association's Fund of Knowledge, October 2001

Previous Experience
•Co-Author, Couch on Insurance 3d (West Publications)
•Meet The Experts, Matthew Bender & Co., Insurance Law
•Scribes, The American Society of Writers on Legal Subjects
Mealey's Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith; LexisNexis 2004-present
•Bad Faith Update, Mathew Bender & Co., (publication advisory board, 1999-2004)
•Adjunct Professor, Practice and Procedure, State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law, 1985-1990

Achievements
•Goldberg Segalla Partners Selected for Premier Global Insurance and Reinsurance Directories November 2014
•Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Honored in Legal Elite of Western New York September 2014
•Best Lawyers in America 2015 Lists Eighteen Goldberg Segalla Attorneys August 22, 2014
•Forty-Six Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Listed in 2014 Upstate New York Super Lawyers August 11, 2014
•Reactions Names Goldberg Segalla Law Firm of the Year June 12, 2014
•Thomas F. Segalla and Brendan T. Fitzpatrick Receive Prestigious Defense Association of New York Awards April 24, 2014
•Thomas F. Segalla Honored by Leading Legal Industry Organizations February 24, 2014
•Super Lawyers Names Nearly Three Quarters of Goldberg Segalla’s Upstate New York Attorneys August 19, 2013
•Best Lawyers in America 2014 Names Thomas F. Segalla a Buffalo “Lawyer of the Year,” Lists Fifteen Goldberg Segalla Attorneys August 15, 2013
•Thomas F. Segalla Named to Law360 Insurance Editorial Advisory Board March 1, 2013
•Sixteen Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Listed in 2012 Who's Who in Law, Buffalo Business First September 2012
•Ten Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Listed in Best Lawyers in America 2013 September 20, 2012
•Twenty-Three Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Listed in 2012 Upstate New York Super Lawyers August 21, 2012
•Goldberg Segalla Attorneys Listed in Who’s Who in Law, Buffalo Business First September 23, 2011

News
•American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel Establishes Thomas F. Segalla Award May 2014
•Richard J. Cohen and Michael T. Glascott Inducted Into American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel October 31, 2013
•Defense Research Institute to Establish Honorary Chair and Education Award for Thomas F. Segalla September 2013
•The American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel Hits a Membership Milestone July 25, 2013
•Thomas F. Segalla the Founding President of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel November 8, 2012
•Thomas Segalla to Speak at 2011 Council on Litigation Management Conference February 1, 2011
•Goldberg Segalla Hosts Seminar on Insurance/Reinsurance Issues for the 21st Century May 18, 2010

Publications/Presentations
•Editor in Chief, Reinsurance Professional’s Deskbook: A Practical Guide, Thomson Reuters and DRI, January 2015
•Presentation, “Pssst ... Secrets of Highly Successful Law Firms,” Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC) Annual Meeting, West Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, July 31, 2014
•Presenter, “The Insurance Process: The Need to Be Clear!” DRI Civil Rights and Governmental Tort Liability Seminar, New Orleans, LA., January 30, 2014
•Co-Author, “Going Global: Navigating Import and Export Safety Regulations,” Food Manufacturing, February 10, 2014
•Contributor to “Leading Coverage Lawyers: The Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions of 2013,” Coverage Opinions, Vol. 3, Issue 1, January 8, 2014
•Co-Author, “FEMA Sends Warning About Time to Sue Over Coverage Disputes,” DRI Today , Defense Research Institute, December 2, 2013
•Co-Author, “Emerging Trends and Changing Perspectives on Construction Defect Claims,”Mealey's Construction Defects, December 2013 (This article also appeared in Mealey’s Construction Defects Insurance, November 2013)
•Co-Author, “Will the FDA Kill the Caffeine Buzz?”Food Processing, September 27, 2013
•Panelist, “Keeping the Big Bad Wolf Out - The Three Little Pigs and Cyber Risk: Preventing Your Home and Business from Becoming Bacon 'Bits,' FDCC Annual Meeting, Colorado Springs, CO, July 28-31, 2013
•Panelist, “They Did What? Malpractice Claims Against Coverage Counsel,” American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel Inaugural Meeting, May 7, 2013
•Co-Author, “Simple Steps Can Protect Drillers: In Fracking, Practical Coverage and Risk-Shifting Can Ease Litigation Threats,”National Driller, March 2013
•Co-Author, “Lead Litigation: Recent Trends and Key Strategies for Defense Counsel,” New York State Bar Association Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Section Journal, Winter 2012
•Co-Author, “How to Evaluate the Emerging Risks of Nanotechnology,”Business Insurance, February 24, 2013
•Co-Author, “Hydraulic Fracturing Holds Litigation Risks,”National Driller, January 2013
•Co-Author, “Fifty States Of Mold Claims: A Comprehensive Survey of Defense Strategies, Coverage Exclusions, and Liability Implications Across the U.S.,”Mealey’s Litigation Report: Mold, January 2013
•Presenter, “Singing in the Rain: Learning How to Network, Ethically And Effectively, in a Brave New World!,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Webinar, December 2012
•Presenter, “An Inconsistent Model: Varying States’ Interpretations of Unfair Insurance Claims Practices,” ACI Bad Faith Seminar, Orlando, Fla., November 28, 2012
•Panelist, “Hurricane Sandy: New Frontier, Lessons Learned,” Webinar, Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, November 15, 2012
•Quoted in Law360, Business Insurance, Claims Journal, and Property Casualty 360 on the formation of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel, November 8-9, 2012
•Co-Author, “Taming Nanotechnology's Potential Risks,”IndustryWeek, October 17, 2012
•Co-Author, “Lead Litigation: Recent Trends and Key Strategies for Defense Counsel,”USLAW, Fall/Winter 2012
•Co-Author, “Construction Defect Claims: An Update (Part I),” DRI’s The Critical Path (Newsletter of the Construction Law Committee), September 2012
•Presenter, Flat Fee Agreements: Do They Pose a Risk of 'Bad Faith' Exposure?, Claims & Litigation Management Alliance, September 2012
•Co-Author, “A First Look at the Coverage Implications of Hydraulic Fracturing,” Thomson Reuters News and Insight, May 16, 2012; Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage, June 2012
•Quoted in “Advocates Call for Scaffolding Law Reform,” Thomson Reuters News & Insight, April 4, 2012
•Presenter, “The Law of Claims Practices,” The Center for Risk and Responsibility, Rutgers School of Law, Camden, February 29, 2012
•Presenter, “The Marcellus Shale Boom and Its Legal Implications,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Winter Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, March 8, 2012
•Co-Editor, “Construction Site Personal Injury Litigation: Labor Law Sections 200, 240(1) and 241(6),” New York State Bar Association, 2007; revised in 2012
•Presenter, “Preventing Bad Faith Claims: Lessons Learned from the Past and Issues of the Future!,” Bad Faith as a Continuum: From Claim to Trial,” and “Bad Faith: The Admissibility of Expert Testimony and the Challenges That Follow”, American Conference Institute, Orlando, FL, November 2011
•Presenter, The Attorney-Client Privilege Basics and Beyond!, FDCC Insurance Industry Symposium, November 2011
•Presenter, “Preventing the Bad Faith Claim” and Trying The Bad Faith Case, Council on Litigation Management Bad Faith Conference, Boston, September 16, 2011
•Presenter, The Case for Self-Interested Civility and Tripartite Interaction and Ethical Obligations and Prohibitions Facing Counsel, FDCC Annual Meeting, July 2011
•Presenter, “Bad Faith Trends: The Players and Playing Field,” Defense Research Institute’s Bad Faith and Extra-Contractual Liability Seminar, Washington, D.C., June 24, 2011
•Author, “Construction Defect Claims: An Update,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, February 26, 2011
•Co-Presenter, “To Cover or Not to Cover: An Update on Insurance Litigation and Legislation Related to Claims Arising from Chinese Drywall,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, February 26, 2011
•Co-Author, “Mealey’s Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith,” Monthly 2010 (January to December)
•Co-Author, “Construction Defect Claims: An Update,” 2010
•Co-Author, “Labor Law 200, 240(1) & 241(6) Update,” Winter 2010
•Co-Author, “A Unique Opportunity: Evaluating Your Firm’s Diversity Initiatives,” For the Defense, Defense Research Institute, July 2009
•Co-Author, “2008 - A Year in Review for the Insurer: Misrepresentations in the Insurance Process,” Mealey’s Litigation, 2009
•Co-Author, “Nanotechnology: Something So Little Should Not Be Allowed to Get Too Big!,” 2009. (Nanotechnology has been considered by some to result in the next mass tort litigation, such as asbestos.)
•Co-Author, “Guideposts for Defending Directors and Officers in a Good and Bad Economy,” Spring 2009
•Moderator, “Prophylactic Measures to Reduce/Shift the Cost of Recalls,” USLAW Network Spring Conference, Charleston, SC, March 2009
•Presenter, “Current Trends and Issues Impacting the Reinsurance Industry,” Hawksmere International Reinsurance Congress, Hamilton, Bermuda, October 2008
•Co-Author, “Construction Defect Litigation: The Impact of the Lamar Homes and J.S.U.B. Decisions,” DRI, The Critical Path, September, 2008
•Presenter and Co-Author, “The Unsettling Nature of Right to Settlement Provisions in a Professional Liability Policy,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting, February 2008; Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Quarterly, Vol. 56, No. 1, Fall 2008
•Co-Author, “2007 - A Year in Review for the Insurer: Primary/Excess/Reinsurance - An Increased Focus,” Mealey’s Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith, March 2008
•Co-Author, “Big Unknowns for ‘Science of the Small,’” For The Defense, Defense Research Institute, May 2007
•Co-Author, “2006 - A Year In Review for the Insurer: How Discovery Can Impact Bad Faith Litigation,” Mealey’s Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith, Vol. 20, No. 21, March 2007
•Presenter, “Nanotechnology: Something So Little Should Not Be Allowed to Get Too Big,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Winter Meeting, March 2007.
•Presenter, “Trends in Bad Faith Litigation,” Kansas Association of Defense Counsel, December 2006
•Presenter, “DRI Food Liability - New Issues, New Strategies,” November 2006
•Presenter, “Bad Faith as a Continuum: From Claim to Trial,” DRI Southern Regional Meeting, June 2006
•Presenter, “Misrepresentations in An Insurance Application: There Are Dangers in Those Lies,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Mid-Winter Meeting, 2006
•Co-Author, “2005 - A Year in Review for the Insurer: The Right to Be Wrong,” Mealey’s Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith, Vol. 19, No. 19, February 2006
•Author, “Punitive Damages Bait and Switch: Juries or Judges; Individual Suits or Class Actions,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Quarterly, Vol. 56, No. 1, 2005
•Co-Author, “Workers’ Comp Hot Sheet,” for Quinlan’s New York Workers’ Compensation Law Bulletin, August 2005-present
•Author, “The Use and Misuse of Expert Testimony in Municipal Cases Post-Daubert - A Current Consideration,” For The Defense, Defense Research Institute, June 2005
•Co-Author, “Silica: Insurance Coverage Issues - An Update,” Defense Research Institute, June 2005
•Presenter, “The Impact of the Medicare Secondary Payer Act on Workers’ Compensation and Liability Cases,” Defense Research Institute Insurance Roundtable, April 2005
•Presenter and Co-Author, “Insurance Issues Involving Municipalities - At a Glance,” Civil Rights and Governmental Tort Liability Seminar, Defense Research Institute, January 2005
•Contributing Author and Editor, Insurance Bad Faith: A Compendium of State Law, The Defense Research Library Series, 2004
•Author, “Tort Reform: Legislation or Litigation - Where Does the Solution Lie?,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, 2004
•“Food Litigation: Tell Me What You Eat and I Will Tell You Who You Are!,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, 2003
•Author, “MOLD: Ways to Keep Abreast and Stay Current,” Defense Research Institute, 2003
•Author, “Property Damage Coverage: Now You See It, Now You Don’t,” Defense Research Institute, 2003
•Author and Presenter, “Right of Privacy and Big Brother: Where Have We Been? and Where Are We Going?,” Defense Research Institute, 2002
•Author, “Insurance, Reinsurance and Self-Insured Retention: The Basics and Beyond,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Quarterly, Vol. 52, No. 1, 2002
•Author, “Punitive Damages Bait and Switch: Juries or Judges - Individual Suits or Class Actions,” Defense Research Institute, 2002
•Co-Author, “2000-2001 Survey of New York Insurance Law,” 52 SYR L. Rev. 449, 2002
•Author, “If It Isn’t Mold - What Is It? Sick Building and Indoor Air Quality,” Defense Research Institute, 2002
•Author, “Mold - A Substantive and Insurance Coverage Checklist and Case Update,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, 2002
•Author, “Bad Faith, A Case Update: What Has Occurred and Is Occurring in 2001-2002?,” American Conference Institute, The Eight National Forum on Litigation, 2002
•Author, “Bad Faith as a Continuum: From Claim to Trial,” The Property Loss Research Bureau 2002 Claims Conference and Insurance Services Exposition, 2002
•Author, “Defense Research Institute Recommended Case Handling Guidelines For Insurers; Defense Research Institute Recommended Case Handling Guidelines for Law Firms,” 1999-2001
•Author, “Bad Faith as A Continuum: From Claim to Trial,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Quarterly, Vol. 52, No. 1, 2001
•Co-Author and Editor, “1999-2000 Survey of New York Insurance Law,” 51 SYR L. Rev. 563, 2001
•Author, “Insurance Experts: The Need for a Proactive Challenge,” Defense Research Institute, 2000
•Author, “A Practical Tactical Approach to Declaration Judgment Actions (Update),” Defense Research Institute, 2000
•Author and Presenter, “Bad Faith Avoidance: Who Set the Trap?,” Defense Research Institute, 2000
•Author, “Governmental and Industrial Claims in Gun Litigation and Coverage: Where To Go From Here?,” ALI-ABA Course of Study Materials, 2000
•Author and Presenter, “Bad Faith Avoidance: Who Set the Trap?,” Defense Research Institute, 2000
•Author and Presenter, “Y2K Third Party Insurance Issues: Help! We’ve Been Sued Over Y2 Something,” Defense Research Institute, 1999
•Presenter, “Reinsurance: The Basics,” “Nursing Homes and Related Health Care Liability and Insurance: Are There Any Trends?,” “Insurance Defense and Coverage,” “Bad Faith and Extra Contractual Liability,” “Labor Law 200, 240, 241,” “Toxic Torts and Environmental,” presented for the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel; Defense Research Institute; New York State Bar Association and the International Bar Association
•Author, “Examination Under Oath: A Proactive Sword,” Defense Research Institute, 1999
•Author, “Bad Faith: What’s Going on IN - CA, FL, NY & TX,” Defense Research Institute, 1999
•Co-Author, Couch on Insurance 3d, Westgroup, 1998
•Author, “How to Win Early in Lead Paint Litigation,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Quarterly, Vol. 50, No. 3, 1998
•Author, “Misrepresentation on the Application Process: There Are Dangers in Those Lies,” Defense Research Institute, 1998
•Author, “Claims and Defenses for Personal Injury Within the Context of Premises Liability/Construction Site Injuries [New York Perspective],” Causes of Action Second, Vol. 9, Westgroup, 1997
•Co-Author, “Anti-Subrogation, Additional Insureds and Other Related Issues,” Construction Related Insurance Coverage Issues, Defense Research Institute, 1996
•Co-Author, “A Tactical Approach to Declaratory Judgment Actions,” For the Defense, Defense Research Institute, 1996
•Co-Author, “To D.J. or Not to D.J.: What Then?,” Insurer’s Duties: A Coverage Perspective, Defense Research Institute, 1995
•Author, “Federal Preemption-A Prime Case Reference,” Federation of Insurance & Corporate Counsel Quarterly, Vol. 46, No. 1, 1995

Presentations
•“The Insurance Process: The Need to Be Clear!” DRI Civil Rights and Governmental Tort Liability Seminar, New Orleans, LA. January 30, 2014
•“Pssst ... Secrets of Highly Successful Law Firms,” Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC) Annual Meeting July 31, 2014
•“An Inconsistent Model: Varying States’ Interpretations of Unfair Insurance Claims Practices,” presented at ACI Bad Faith Seminar, Orlando, Fla., November 28, 2012
•“The Law of Claims Practices,” Center for Risk and Responsibility, Rutgers School of Law February 29, 2012
•“The Marcellus Shale Boom and Its Legal Implications,” Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel Winter Meeting March 8, 2012
•“Preventing Bad Faith Claims: Lessons Learned from the Past and Issues of the Future!,” Bad Faith as a Continuum: From Claim to Trial” and “Bad Faith: The Admissibility of Expert Testimony and the Challenges that Follow”, American Conference Institute November 2011
•“Preventing the Bad Faith Claim” and Trying the Bad Faith Case, Council on Litigation Management Bad Faith Conference, Boston September 16, 2011
•Bad Faith Trends: The Players and Playing Field, Defense Research Institute's Bad Faith and Extra-Contractual Liability Seminar, Washington, D.C. June 24, 2011

Blog
•The Insurance and Reinsurance Report

 
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