Nancy Sher Cohen Named to Benchmark Litigation’s Top 250 Women in Litigation for 2018


Los Angeles (July 10, 2018)Benchmark Litigation, “the definitive guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys,” listed Lathrop Gage’s Nancy Sher Cohen in its annual Top 250 Women in Litigation publication. Cohen, Partner in Charge of the firm’s Los Angeles office and leader of the Insurance Recovery and Counseling practice team, has received this honor each year since 2012.

In addition to her work on Insurance Recovery and Counseling matters, Cohen also practices in the areas of Environmental Law and Product Liability and Personal Injury. She has served as lead counsel in the prosecution of many insurance coverage lawsuits related to life insurance claims and environmental and product liabilities, recovering more than $1.5 billion on behalf of her clients. Cohen also has extensive experience in state and federal courts handling mass tort and complex multijurisdictional tort actions and in serving as lead counsel in toxic tort cases. Additionally, Cohen represented a consumer electronics company in nationwide class action litigation, and advises, counsels and litigates cases for biotechnology companies in product liability and insurance matters arising from clinical trials of investigational new drugs.

Cohen and other attorneys named to Benchmark Litigation’s Top 250 Women in Litigation publication are chosen following several phases of a six-month research process which includes a review of their recent case work, an analysis of peer reviews and consideration of client feedback on the attorneys’ job performance.

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