Kelly Nugent

Senior Counsel

Kelly has more than 25 years of experience working with both domestic and London insurers. Her practice focuses on resolving and managing complex insurance coverage issues with particular interest in technology, privacy & cyber, and professional liability insurance, including errors and omissions, private non-profit management liability, public company directors and officers liability, and employment practices liability. Additionally, Kelly’s practice includes the drafting of policy wording. Kelly has worked in both private practice and as senior in-house claim counsel for a Fortune 500 insurance company and frequently speaks on emerging coverage and legal issues. She is also an advocate for diversity and inclusion, and most recently served as co-leader of the Women At Work Committee for Dive-In America 2021. Panelist - “Insurance Considerations in Employment Cases” The Labor and Employment Section Executive Committee of the ACBA (July 2020)Panelist - “Potential Ethical Issues Relating to Defense Counsel Reporting” Riverstone CLE Presentation (Apr. 2020)Panelist - “Event-Driven Securities and Derivative Suits and How D&O Insurance May Provide Appropriate Cover” ABA Section of Litigation - 2020 Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar (Mar. 2020)

415-806-2267
Kelly.Nugent@atherialaw.com
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Kelly Nugent

Senior Counsel

Kelly has more than 25 years of experience working with both domestic and London insurers. Her practice focuses on resolving and managing complex insurance coverage issues with particular interest in technology, privacy & cyber, and professional liability insurance, including errors and omissions, private non-profit management liability, public company directors and officers liability, and employment practices liability. Additionally, Kelly’s practice includes the drafting of policy wording. Kelly has worked in both private practice and as senior in-house claim counsel for a Fortune 500 insurance company and frequently speaks on emerging coverage and legal issues. She is also an advocate for diversity and inclusion, and most recently served as co-leader of the Women At Work Committee for Dive-In America 2021. Panelist - “Insurance Considerations in Employment Cases” The Labor and Employment Section Executive Committee of the ACBA (July 2020)Panelist - “Potential Ethical Issues Relating to Defense Counsel Reporting” Riverstone CLE Presentation (Apr. 2020)Panelist - “Event-Driven Securities and Derivative Suits and How D&O Insurance May Provide Appropriate Cover” ABA Section of Litigation - 2020 Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar (Mar. 2020)

415-806-2267
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