PUBLISHED ON: September 5, 2012
Established in 1969, Anderson Kill & Olick is recognised as one of the most prominent insurance coverage law firms in the US, and boasts considerable connections with Bermuda, not least through Phil England, a veteran of the insurance sector. Its insurance coverage practice was described by The Wall Street Journal as having ‘corporate polish with the pugnacity of a plaintiff’s firm’, and its capabilities have proved invaluable to a host of parent companies with captives based out of Bermuda.
England, resident at Anderson Kill’s New York office, has been working with Bermuda captives since the 1980s. He provides legal counsel to clients seeking alternative risk services and captive insurance company legal and tax advice, as well as advising both public and private corporations on the issues surrounding setting up a captive on the
Island. England has worked with more than 30 Bermuda captives over the years and this experience has been invaluable in dealing with the full gamut of captive legal issues.