Josh Tumen is a member of the firm’s Specialty Practice Group and represents international and domestic insurers in litigation and insurance coverage matters. His practice focuses on a variety of specialty lines including renewable energy and construction, fine art, jewelry, specie, and high-value cargo. Josh advises clients in all phases of civil litigation in state and federal court in connection with multi-jurisdictional disputes.
Josh also has a broad range of experience representing financial institutions, healthcare corporations, and individuals in complex commercial litigation including contract disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, healthcare litigation, false advertising, and general liability.
Litigated liability and coverage issues concerning alleged property damage during construction of wind farms.
Defended insurers in coverage litigation relating to large-scale fire loss at chemical manufacturing facility.
Litigated liability and coverage issues relating to multi-million-dollar diamond burglaries.
Defended insurers in coverage litigation regarding alleged damage to warehouse inventory.
Advised insurers concerning fraudulent insurance claims.
Defended fine arts transport service against liability claims in connection with damaged valuable artwork.
Defended insurers in coverage litigation arising out of alleged damage to fine art collection.
Handles first-party claims for both domestic and foreign insurers in a wide variety of specialty, property, and marine contexts.