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Covington & Burling L.L.P.
Marialuisa Gallozzi, a partner at law firm Covington & Burling L.L.P. in Washington who works on behalf of policyholders in the firm's insurance coverage practice, says she would have been surprised if she had been told years ago she would end up working in the insurance sector.
Ms. Gallozzi attended New York University School of Law after graduating from Harvard University and working as a paralegal. She said she was fortunate, after serving in a clerkship, to get a job at Covington. There were “different areas that you tried out, and at the time insurance litigation was a big part of our practice, as it has been for quite some time,” she said. “I started working in insurance litigation and gravitated more to settlement of insurance disputes and advisory work over time,” as well as transaction work.
“I really enjoy working with clients and getting to know their business, and am satisfied when it's possible to resolve the problem efficiently and also to work with junior lawyers and the incredibly talented people that I've been exposed to both inside and outside the firm,” she said.
“As a counselor and negotiator, Marialuisa brings a lot of credibility to the table and has a unique ability to help resolve difficult coverage disputes,” said Mitchell Dolin, a partner at Covington & Burling in Washington.
“Her ability to be quite resolute in representing her clients but at the same time have a really positive, constructive bridge-building success with adversaries” is a big part of her success, Mr. Dolin said.
By Judy Greenwald