Pittsburgh, PA – November 15, 2017 - Weber Gallagher Partner Nicholas A. Pasciullo will speak on a panel at the Loss Executives Association Winter Meeting, January 24, in St. Petersburg, Florida entitled, “Cyber Attack: Who done it? What with? And what’s impacted?”
Pasciullo, who is based in the firm’s Pittsburgh office, represents underwriters in property, energy and engineered risks insurance matters. He provides litigation mitigation counseling and coverage and defense legal services to his clients, developing and coordinating strategies that avoid or reduce conflicts during the adjustment of claims and where disputes arise. He also works with underwriters on non-contentious matters, including assisting with drafting and editing wordings.
Pasciullo’s experience with cyber insurance began with co-authoring White Papers with cyber security experts and assisting underwriters with first-party cyber risk endorsement wordings. Pasciullo continues to lecture and assist underwriters addressing cyber risk.
In the areas of energy and engineering risks, Pasciullo’s work encompasses matters involving damage related to onshore energy facilities, power generation equipment, pipelines transmission and distribution equipment, heavy industry, construction, refinery and gas separation, mining and other manufacturing and distribution issues. In the area of property insurance, his work encompasses matters involving damage related to CAT losses, hotels, resorts and attraction properties, green buildings, historical buildings and churches, retail, office, condominiums, apartment complexes, healthcare facilities, long-term care institutions, municipalities and other commercial properties.
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