Marshall Gilinsky

Shareholder at
Anderson Kill P.C.

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Colorado, New York

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Marshall Gilinsky is a shareholder in the New York office of Anderson Kill and practices in the firm’s Insurance Recovery and Commercial Litigation Departments.  He is also a member of the firm's Regulated Products group.  During his 20-year career representing policyholders, Mr. Gilinsky has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients, successfully litigating disputed claims under a variety of insurance products, including property and business interruption insurance, commercial general liability (CGL) insurance, errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, directors' and officers' (D&O) insurance and life insurance.  Mr. Gilinsky has represented clients on numerous high-stakes, complex insurance claims arising out of prominent losses such as 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, Superstorm Sandy and the “Big Dig” in Boston.

Mr. Gilinsky also focuses extensively on assisting clients that own and manage captive insurance companies, especially with respect to resolving coverage disputes between the captive and its reinsurers.

Mr. Gilinsky’s success in solving clients' problems stems from his ability to understand their businesses – as well as their insurance programs – in order to maximize the value of the clients’ insurance assets.  He frequently writes and lectures on a variety of topics of interest to professionals and practitioners in the insurance arena, and is frequently quoted in the press, including appearances in the New York TimesWall Street Journal, National Law Review,CNN.com and Business Insurance, among others.

Mr. Gilinsky is a member of Anderson Kill's Banking and Lending Group, Hospitality Industry Practice Group and Regulated Products Group. 

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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Colorado
  • New York

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