Joseph Nawrocki represents insurers and other large companies in complex and appellate litigation and arbitration proceedings. He has substantial experience advising insurance companies in coverage and reinsurance disputes, including claims involving opioids, e-cigarettes, cyber security, data privacy, environmental liability, equipment breakdown and healthcare compliance. Joseph has advocated on behalf of clients in arbitration proceedings, as well as in state and federal jurisdictions throughout the United States.
Prior to joining Day Pitney, Joseph served as a law clerk to the Honorable José A. Cabranes for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Briefed and argued on behalf of reinsurer of equipment breakdown coverage in arbitration in connection with winter storm-related property damage
Briefed summary judgment motions on behalf of commercial insurers in connection with environmental clean-up liability and product failures
Briefed appeals in the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Seventh, Ninth and Federal Circuits
Represented commercial insurer in litigation in connection with $15 million exposure for failure of telecommunications products
Advised directors and officers liability insurer regarding $50 million exposure
Advised cyber security insurer regarding coordination of response for large scale risk affecting numerous policyholders
Advised cyber security insurer regarding claim arising from NotPetya cyber attack
Advised products liability insurer regarding claims against e-cigarette manufacturers and distributors