Richard S. Mills is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University (1982) and New York Law School (1986). He is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Mr. Mills focuses his practice on a full gamut of complex insurance issues including: company and captive formation, acquisition and regulatory compliance; policy drafting; claim review, coverage determination and litigation. He has successfully defended both insurers and their insureds through trial and on appeal, and has secured considerable recoveries in prosecuting subrogation and insurance fraud actions.
Mr. Mills has presented a number of seminars for both insurers and insureds including: “Avoiding Libel Liability,” “Developments in the Duty to Defend,” “Fundamentals of Lender Liability," and presented a white paper, "Some Good Deeds Go Unpunished: Payment of a Prior Claim Generally Will Not Estop an Insurer from Declining Coverage for Subsequent Similar Claims" to the 2005 Surety Claims Institute.
He is a member of the Fidelity and Surety Law Committee of the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association, as well as the New York and New Jersey State Bar Associations, and Pennsylvania Counsel for Change.