Emily R. Tripicchio is an associate whose practice focuses on counseling and representing domestic and international insurers nationwide in complex insurance coverage disputes.  Emily’s experience spans across various types of insurance, including primary and excess professional liability, management liability, commercial general liability, commercial transportation, and property and personal lines.

Emily has litigated coverage issues from inception to judgment involving securities class action lawsuits, derivative actions, and employment-related litigation.  She has also handled disputes regarding construction defect, property, products liability, and environmental claims.  In addition, Emily has served as monitoring and appellate counsel during trial of catastrophic personal injury suits to analyze cases from liability, coverage and appellate perspectives.

Emily’s breadth of experience has earned her recognition in 2022 and 2023 by The Best Lawyers in America in the "Ones to Watch" list for Insurance Law and inclusion in the Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers in the area of Insurance Coverage Litigation, a distinction that recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in the state.

Representative Matters

Rimini St., Inc. v. AXIS Ins. Co., 2022, WL 17487749 (N.D. III. Dec. 7, 2022) Granting motion to dismiss based upon application of prior or pending litigation exclusion.

Arch Ins. Co. v. PCH Mgmt. Alpha, LLC, No. 2018-L-012681 (Ill. Cir. Ct. Apr. 28, 2022) Granting motion for judgment on the pleadings finding that the claim was interrelated to a claim made in a prior policy period and not reported and prior or pending litigation exclusion barred coverage.

XL Specialty Ins. Co. v. AR Capital, LLC, 2021 WL 353853 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Feb. 02, 2021) Granting insurers summary judgment because insureds were not acting in an insured capacity, capacity exclusion barred coverage, and some portions of the settlement constituted uninsurable disgorgement.

AR Capital, LLC v. XL Specialty Ins. Co., 2020 WL 4907990 (Del. Super. Ct. Aug. 3, 2020) Granting motion to stay Delaware action in favor of competing New York action.


Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage – The Devil Is In The Details, August 2022

The Opioids Litigation Landscape, March 2022

Independent Counsel Considerations, June 2022

Duty to Defend and Estoppel, August 2021

Healthcare False Claims Act and Qui Tam Actions, November 2020

The Art of Allocation, October 2020


"Medicare and Medicaid Billing Errors Do Not Involve Professional Services Under Healthcare Professional Liability Policies," BatesCarey LLP News (February 13, 2023)