Anderson Kill has lured back a former insurance recovery team member after a two-decade absence, nabbing him from his most recent home, Lowenstein Sandler, the new firm announced.
Policyholder-side insurance expert David Elkind rejoins Anderson Kill after leaving in 1996, the firm said Tuesday. He had first started at Anderson Kill in 1988, and had most recently been at Lowenstein Sandler for about three years.
Elkind, who Anderson Kill said has recovered $1.3 billion for clients over his career, has particular expertise in environmental and mass torts insurance recovery, the firm said.
Elkind was known “as a persuasive and creative litigator when we worked with him in [the] 1990s, and we've seen him continue to move the needle for policyholders in the intervening years," Anderson Kill managing shareholder Robert Horkovich said in a statement Tuesday.
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