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Alan Joaquin



Alan Joaquin

Alan Joaquin


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Alan Joaquin practices in the field of insurance coverage litigation relating to directors' and officers' liability insurance, errors and omissions coverage, cyber liability insurance, bad faith, fiduciary liability, investment advisor and mutual fund policies and fidelity bonds. He frequently represents insurers in reinsurance disputes and defends their insureds in matters such as legal malpractice actions and insurance broker disputes. Alan has investigated and negotiated the settlement of various types of claims. He has also successfully defended insurers' interests in litigation in both federal and state courts.

Alan has substantial experience in white collar criminal defense and consultation relating to criminal and civil aspects of the health care fraud and abuse statutes and regulations.

Alan previously served with the US Department of Justice as a trial attorney for the Criminal Division's Fraud Section. His cases focused on fraud committed by or against financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, home health care facilities and durable medical equipment providers. Alan frequently worked with the Department of Health and Human Services in matters involving the Medicare/Medicaid Anti-Kickback Statute and its corresponding safe harbor regulations.


  • District of Columbia
  • New York
  • US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
  • US District Court for the District of Columbia


  • J.D., The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 1985
  • B.A., Providence College, 1982


  • American Bar Association
    • Insurance Litigation and Torts and Insurance Practice Sections
  • Defended insurers in connection with cyber extortion claims arising from NotPetya malware.
  • Investigated and resolved computer network interruption claims involving extensive business interruption coverage.
  • Represented cyber and media insurers in connection with class actions claims brought under the Michigan Video Rental Protection Act.
  • Represented insurers in connection with class action claims brought under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act.
  • Defended insurers in connection with copyright and trademark litigation brought under intellectual property liability insurance policies.
  • Defended corporate crime insurers in connection with a USD 1.3 billion Ponzi scheme.
  • Defended a developer's interests in connection with a governmental investigation brought by the Consumer Protection Section of the DC Attorney General's Office.


  • "Cyber Insurance and How to Prepare for The Inevitable," general counsel webinar, September 2018


  • Insurance & Reinsurance



  • Regulatory & Investigations