Kristi S. Nolley is a member of the management committee at BatesCarey LLP where she serves as coverage and litigation counsel to domestic and international insurers in matters pertaining to various forms of professional liability coverage, including D&O, E&O, Healthcare, and EPL coverage. Kristi has served as counsel with respect to complex insurance claims such as securities fraud class action lawsuits, derivative actions, regulatory investigations and proceedings, employment-related litigation, and products liability class actions. Kristi also handles a wide range of managed care and healthcare matters involving GL, D&O, E&O, EPL, Fiduciary and Cyber exposures arising from healthcare providers and facilities.
Kristi also serves as coverage and litigation counsel with respect to general liability insurance matters, including products liability, environmental contamination, asbestos, and other mass toxic tort claims.
Kristi often counsels insurers with respect to claims administration, risk management and policy drafting. She also lectures and provides in-house seminars for clients with respect to topical insurance issues.
J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. v. Vigilant Ins. Co., Index No. 600979/09 (N.Y. Sup. Ct.) Defended U.S. insurer in declaratory judgment action seeking coverage under Financial Institution E&O policy.
TOUSA, Inc. v. Federal Ins. Co., 09-02281 (S.D. Fla.) Defended Bermudian insurer in declaratory judgment action seeking coverage under Side A D&O policy.
Aon Corp. v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's of London, Case No. 06 CH 16852 (Ill. Cir. Ct.) Defended London insurer in declaratory judgment action seeking coverage under Insurance Broker E&O policy.
Prudential Equity Group LLC v. Chubb Custom Ins. Co., Civil Action No. 06C092-016 JRS (Del. Ch. Ct.) Defended U.S. insurer in declaratory judgment action seeking coverage under Financial Institution E&O policy.
Doeren Mayhew v. CPA Mutual Ins. Co., Case No. 05-71782 (E.D. Mich.) Defended U.S. insurer in declaratory judgment action seeking coverage under primary Accountants E&O policy.
John Crane Co. v. Admiral Ins. Co. (Ill. Cir. Ct. 2004-2011) Asbestos coverage action involving two trials and three appeals which resulted in a compete victory for the insurers on issues of allocation, coverage for defense costs, and exhaustion of primary limits.
Great Lakes Reinsurance (UK) PLC v. HealthSouth Corp., CV-03-BE-1139-S (N.D. Ala.) Filed declaratory judgment action on behalf of London insurer seeking to rescind D&O policy.