Provided by Samuel Braver
For more than four decades, Sam has tried highly complex cases in state and federal courts throughout the United States.
Sam has represented a wide variety of commercial and financial institutions, including insurance companies, in state and federal courts throughout the United States regarding complex lending issues, complex litigation matters including insurance coverage issues, intellectual property issues, as well as sophisticated probate and trust litigation. He is also very active in corporate governance and healthcare litigation. This experience includes extensive jury and non-jury trials.
His insurance coverage work has included defending insurance carriers in litigation involving class actions asserting claims made under policies providing for environmental coverage, business loss, business interruption coverage and title insurance coverage issues. Additionally, he has also advised insurance carriers and defended insurance carriers in connection with policies which provided coverage to municipal governments and institutions of higher learning.
In addition, Sam has long experience representing manufacturers in products liability litigation and various clients in intellectual property/patent litigation, including the counseling of clients through product recall issues and other compliance problems involving the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Samuel Braver frequently handles complex litigation in state and federal courts. He acts on a variety of disputes, from insurance and healthcare to corporate governance.
"He's an experienced, good lawyer who works hard."