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Cort T. Malone is a shareholder in the New York and Stamford offices of Anderson Kill and practices in the Insurance Recovery and the Corporate and Commercial Litigation Departments. He is an experienced litigator, focusing on insurance coverage litigation and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on commercial general liability insurance, directors’ and officers’ (D&O) insurance, employment practices liability insurance, advertising injury insurance, and property insurance issues. He is a co-chair of the Advertising Injury Subcommittee of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee of the ABA Section of Litigation. Mr. Malone is also a member of Anderson Kill's Financial Services Industry group, Environmental Law group as well as the firm's Cyber Insurance Recovery group.
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Mr. Malone also possesses extensive commercial litigation experience, including arbitration and alternative dispute resolution relating to a variety of tort, contract, and regulatory disputes. While attending the Fordham University School of Law, Mr. Malone was a member of the Fordham Moot Court Board and garnered several awards for both oral argument and brief writing skills at various inter- and intra-school competitions. He also spent three years teaching a first-year Legal Writing course as an adjunct professor of law at Fordham.
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