For over 25 years, Gregory Horowitz has litigated, mediated, arbitrated and counseled corporate clients in connection with various coverage disputes involving advertising injury, asbestos, bad faith, breast implant, business interruption, class action, construction, Directors & Officers, Errors & Omissions, environmental, intellectual property, product liability and personal computer warranty claims, as well as complex finite and captive reinsurance disputes. Greg also handles a range of other complex domestic and international coverage cases.
Described as “very responsive” (Chambers USA), Greg is known for his strong client service skills. He has served as a trusted advisor to many leading companies spanning a wide range of industries, including Colgate-Palmolive/Mennen, Educational Testing Services, L Brands, General Electric Company, American Standard Brands/LIXIL Water Technology, Total S.A., and Toll Brothers, among others, for whom he has secured reimbursement on hundreds of millions in losses with creative and relentless litigation and dispute resolution efforts.
In addition to his focus on coverage disputes, Greg has successfully represented a number of commercial clients in connection with various insurance broker matters and handled novel international insurance intermediary disputes. Drawing on that experience, Greg has chaired panels and lectured at seminars focused on broker liability issues, including at American Bar Association and the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education seminars.
Greg also regularly counsels corporate clients on “additional insured” disputes, and has co-authored industry articles on the subject as well as chaired and spoken on panels.
Moreover, Greg has counseled clients, as well as written and spoken on, various coverage matters involving the Truth-in-Consumer Contracts, Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA) and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
In addition to zealously representing his clients, Greg has been involved in various firm management activities over the past decade, including spearheading various new business intake and accounts receivable initiatives.
Greg previously served on the Ethics Committee of the New Jersey Supreme Court, District VB (Suburban Essex County).