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Mr. Malloy also has vast experience with insurance coverage issues relating to construction industry claims, including claims under general liability, builders risk, construction all-risk, ocean marine cargo, and professional liability policies. He has also litigated insurance claims related to environmental, toxic tort, and broker liabilities. Mr. Malloy has represented policyholder clients in a number of state and federal court insurance coverage matters and has been trial counsel in multiple successful multi-million dollar insurance coverage trials.
Outside of the construction and insurance context, Mr. Malloy’s commercial litigation experience includes representing clients in both state and federal courts, as well as international arbitrations, in contract actions, product liability claims, Americans with Disability Act claims, and toxic tort litigation. Mr. Malloy maintains an active practice representing and counseling clients in all aspects of commercial litigation, including discovery, motions practice, preliminary hearings, settlement negotiations, arbitrations and trials.
•Dingess, Foster, Luciana, Davidson & Chleboski LLP, 2011 - Present
•K&L Gates LLP, 2002 - 2011
•American Bar Association, Construction Law Section
•Allegheny County Bar Association
• Perspective on Insurance Coverage for Construction Project: Lessons Learned from Real Coverage Disputes, Construction Superconference, Las Vegas, NV (December 2016)
• Coordination of Discovery in Multiple Jurisdictions, continuing legal education program at FedEx Ground, Pittsburgh, PA, May 25, 2011.
• Insurance Coverage Litigation, continuing legal education program for LawReviewCle, Pittsburgh, PA, March 6, 2012.
• Construction Defects and Failures, Allegheny County Bar Association Construction Law Section continuing education program, Pittsburgh, PA, February 12, 2013.
•“Hurricanes Twin Punches Stagger But Fail to Knock Out Offshore Oil and Gas Insurers,” co-authored with Joseph L. Luciana III, The American Oil & Gas Reporter, December 2005.
•“Arbitration in Dubai: New Structures and Legal Instruments,” Arbitration World, January 2009.
•“Insurance Coverage for Emerging Global Warming Claims,” Insurance Coverage Alert, November 18, 2009.
•“Insurance Coverage for Global Warming Liability Claims,” American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, Volume 45, Spring-Summer 2010.
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