David Attisani Participates in Interactive Who’s Who Roundtable

Related Practice Areas


David Attisani Participates in Interactive Who’s Who Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal

 | May 27, 2014

 | David Attisani

Event:  Insurance & Reinsurance Roundtable
Organization:  International Who’s Who of Insurance & Reinsurance Lawyers


View "Roundtable: Insurance & Reinsurance 2014"

David Attisani, co-chair of Insurance & Reinsurance, participated in an interactive online roundtable discussion led by the International Who’s Who of Insurance & Reinsurance Lawyers.  A final transcript of the roundtable will appear in the publication’s 2014 edition.

As one of the most highly nominated practitioners in Who’s Who Legal’s research, Mr. Attisani was invited to weigh in on recent developments in international insurance & reinsurance law, including:

  • Specific areas of increased industry activity and present trends for D&O claims;
  • The impact of current economic conditions on the insurance market and the balance between advisory and contentious work;
  • The increase in third party capital entering the market and what measures traditional reinsurers have taken to compete;
  • The impact of Solvency II and other anticipated regulatory changes; and
  • Developing trends in the legal market.

Who's Who Legal has identified the foremost legal practitioners for nearly two decades across all areas of business law in over 100 international jurisdictions, and draws an extensive readership of corporate counsel worldwide.


Thank you for reaching out to contact Choate. Before you send your message, we wanted to make sure you are aware of the following. Please do not send any confidential information in response to this link. Sending an e-mail to Choate does not give rise to an attorney-client relationship, and will not be deemed to disqualify Choate from undertaking any engagement for a current or future client.  Before any attorney-client engagement may be formed, Choate will need to check for possible conflicts of interest, you will need to consider whether you wish to retain Choate as counsel, and we will need to consider whether we wish to accept the potential engagement. In the meantime, Choate reserves the right to represent parties with interests adverse to you.