Attorney Robert W. Tomilson Joins Clark Hill's Philadelphia Office
– Attorney Robert Tomilson has joined Clark Hill’s Philadelphia office as a Member in the firm’s Insurance & Reinsurance Practice Group.
Tomilson has been a legal representative and trusted counsel for the insurance and financial services industry for more than 15 years, both in private practice and as in-house counsel at a Fortune 100 insurance company. Tomilson currently represents insurers and reinsurers in their transactions, disputes and regulatory investigations involving property, casualty, life, health, medical stop loss, disability, workers compensation, finite, and annuity risks. These representations have ranged from London-based arbitrations to creating reinsurance syndicates for national carriers to regulatory investigations in connection with capital requirements for off-shore reinsurers of US risks, loss reserving, and private placement life insurance.
“We are very pleased to welcome Robert to our Insurance & Reinsurance Practice Group,” said Joseph M. Donley, Member-in-Charge of Clark Hill’s Philadelphia office and Leader of the firm’s Insurance & Reinsurance Practice Group. “Robert is a great asset to the practice group and the firm. We look forward to his contributions, as we continue to grow our Philadelphia office.”
Tomilson received his J.D. from the Washington University School of Law, his M.A. from the University of Illinois, and his B.A. from the University of New Hampshire. He is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
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