Mark Meyer is a partner in Crowell & Moring’s London office. He has more than 20 years of experience advising insurers and reinsurers on coverage and insurer defense of policyholders. He regularly represents clients in litigation, arbitration, mediation, and other forms of ADR.
The Legal 500 describes Mark as “having an excellent reputation in coverage disputes.” The Chambers Guide calls Mark “extremely canny and completely charming” with an “outstanding knowledge of insurance and reinsurance with aviation.” Mark has experience in many property and casualty lines of insurance and reinsurance. He has extensive experience in property and energy facultative and treaty reinsurance and financial lines coverages, including professional indemnity and directors and officers insurance and aviation. Mark's clients include many of the leading names in the insurance and reinsurance industry.
Mark is listed in the current edition of the Legal Media Group’s Guides to the World’s Leading Lawyers directory of leading Insurance and Reinsurance lawyers. Mark is also named as a leader in the field of aviation by established legal directory, UK Legal Experts, as well as being individually ranked in the current edition of Chambers & Partners Guides to the World’s Leading Lawyers (UK) in two insurance-related categories: General Claims and Aviation and Insurance and Litigation.
Mark is a member of the Aviation Insurance Association, the Professional Liability Underwriters Society, the London Court of International Arbitration, and in 2011 he joined the International Committee of ARIAS US.
- Facultative and treaty reinsurers on first party property damage and business interruption losses from the World Trade Center.
- Lloyd's on aviation excess policies.
- Reinsurers on several airline, airport, and manufacturer losses.
- Facultative reinsurers in Gard Marine v Lloyd's Syndicate 780.
- Strand Insurance Co in Strand Insurance Company v Enterprise Oil (2006) 1 Lloyd's Rep 500.
- Primary and excess insurers on financial institutions professional indemnity and fidelity losses.
- Primary and excess insurers on inter-broker dealer errors and omissions losses.
- Pool reinsurers in several arbitrations regarding accident and health business in the London market.
- Insurers in various Bermuda form arbitrations.
Admitted to practice: England and Wales
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