Greg Ligelis is an experienced litigation lawyer who focuses on insurance and commercial litigation. His practice consists largely of advising clients with respect to marine and inland marine insurance and property coverage issues and litigation as well as on subrogation of marine and property insurance matters. Mr. Ligelis also represents finance companies and banks with regard to enforcing their Uniform Commercial Code rights as secured creditors in bankruptcy and litigation and defending unfair trade practice and lender liability claims.
Mr. Ligelis also has extensive experience in commercial arbitrations and dispute resolution involving insurance claims. These disputes have included international sales and commodity contracts as well as property and marine insurance subrogation and casualty losses. He is also a member of Robinson & Cole's Coastal Management Center.
Mr. Ligelis has taught admiralty and marine insurance at the University of Connecticut School of Law and is a director of the American Boat Builders & Repairers Association. He is a member of the Robinson & Cole Pro Bono Committee as well.
|—||New York University Graduate School of Business Administration|
|—||J.D., University of Pennsylvania School of Law|
|—||B.A., magna cum laude, Hofstra University, History|
|—||National Association of Subrogation Professionals, 2002, Professional Member|
|—||American Bar Association, Tort and Insurance Practice Section Committee|
|—||Maritime Law Association, Maritime Finance Committee, Recreational Boating Committee, and Arbitration Committee|
|—||Connecticut Bar Association|
|—||Connecticut Maritime Association|
|—||Defense Research Institute, Member|
|—||International Bar Association, Maritime and Transport Law Committee|
|—||New York County Lawyers Association|