George M. Vinci Jr., a Member of Spector Gadon & Rosen, P.C.’s Executive Committee and Chair of the Insurance and Professional Liability Practice Groups, will discuss “Defending the Not-So-Typical Legal Malpractice Claim” at the 2018 DRI Professional Liability Seminar on Nov. 30 in New York, NY.
The annual Seminar features presentations by the most prominent and experienced professional liability lawyers, experts and insurance professionals in the country and provides up-to-date information regarding new issues, defenses and strategies.
Vinci will explore the defense of legal malpractice claims against specialized attorneys and how the causation and damage standards can differ from a typical legal malpractice claim.
Vinci focuses his practice on civil litigation with a strong emphasis on professional malpractice, employment and insurance coverage disputes. His commercial litigation experience involves cases throughout the United States. He was involved in a ground-breaking election fraud case (Marks v. Stenson) in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, which was aired on Court TV. Recently he obtained one of the highest verdicts in the State of Kentucky for $100M in a fraud case against Grant Thornton involving the sale of an abusive tax shelter.
Vinci has successfully handled a wide variety of complex commercial litigation matters including tortious interference, civil RICO, FDCPA, Class Action Wage and Hour disputes and bankruptcy litigation. He also represents a large number of long term care facilities in Florida and Pennsylvania.
Spector Gadon Rosen Vinci P.C. has represented clients nationally and internationally for nearly 50 years and provides counsel and expertise across the entire spectrum of legal practice, from complex litigation to sophisticated transactional and corporate matters. The firm has offices in Philadelphia, New Jersey, Florida, and New York.
The firm represents businesses, corporate boards, and highly placed individuals. Its clients are engaged in a variety of industries including finance and banking, manufacturing, hospitality, gaming and entertainment, real estate and commercial development, insurance and venture capital, energy, financial services, health care, security and telecommunications.
The firm’s practice areas include high stakes litigation, business disputes, commercial litigation, professional liability, products liability, securities, trust and estates, fiduciary litigation, bankruptcy and creditors rights, civil RICO, trade secrets, trademark and restrictive covenants, intellectual property, antitrust, white-collar criminal defense, banking and financial services, corporate formation and governance, employment, entertainment and amusements, environment and energy, wealth management, healthcare, hospitality, insurance coverage and insured casualty litigation, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, real estate, sports and tax law.