Mr. Pillsbury is a shareholder member of Offit Kurman's Insurance Recovery Group, Real Estate, and Business Litigation Group. He represents businesses in a wide range of litigation issues, including efforts to recover money owed to them from their insurers. His clients include state transportation agencies, hotels, restaurants, nursing homes, bio-tech firms, school district joint insurance funds, and individuals. Mr. Pillsbury has worked with a variety of policyholders in efforts to recover insurance of all types, including property insurance, business interruption coverage, and commercial general liability, boilers and machinery, and life insurance. Mr. Pillsbury has also been involved in several cases stemming from disputes over the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law and Section 1983 claims against state agencies.
Points of Distinction
Mr. Pillsbury has written numerous articles, including articles on insurance coverage issues, boiler and machinery policies, and data breach claims. He has been quoted or cited in the press on various related topics
- "Top Property Insurance Bad Faith Claims," NBI Seminars, Philadelphia, PA (May 15, 2012)
- "Litigating Insurance Coverage Claims: From Stat to Finish," NBI Seminars, Philadelphia,PA (February 29, 2012)
- "Developing a Game Plan to Mitigate Loss From Data Breach"The Legal Intelligencer (January 18, 2012)
Prior to joining Offit Kurman, Mr. Pillsbury was an attorney in Anderson Kill's Philadelphia office. He clerked for United States District Judge Gene E.K. Pratter of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. While attending Temple University Law School, Mr. Pillsbury was the Research Editor of the Temple Law Review and interned with United States Magistrate Judge Jacob P. Hart of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
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