Blank Rome Welcomes New Insurance Recovery Associate in Washington, D.C.
Hollye joins Blank Rome from a start-up technology consulting company where she served as general counsel and chief executive officer. Prior to that, she worked for 15 years with many of the firm’s attorneys at Dickstein Shapiro before they joined Blank Rome in 2016. Hollye concentrates her practice on policyholder-only insurance recovery litigation with an emphasis on complex coverage disputes under various lines of insurance. Her experience spans several major lines of insurance and types of coverage matters, including errors and omissions and professional liability; comprehensive general liability; environmental, asbestos, and products liability; and pharmaceutical and medical devices.
“Hollye is a great addition to our nationally recognized team,” said James R. Murray, Partner and Chair of Blank Rome’s Insurance Recovery practice group. “Her familiarity with our practice group and attorneys, coupled with her more recent tech consultancy C-suite experience, make Hollye an immediate asset to our team and our clients.”
Hollye’s addition further bolsters the firm’s growing Insurance Recovery practice group, which has welcomed partners Robert P. Jacobs and Helen K. Michael as well as of counsel Linda A. Powell and Dennis L. James in Washington, D.C.; partner Seth D. Lamden in Chicago; partner Natasha Romagnoli and associate Kelly A. Jauregui Wueste in New York; and partner Mary Craig Calkins, of counsel Daniel H. Rylaarsdam, and associate Anna K. Milunas in Los Angeles.
Notably, the firm's highly regarded Insurance Recovery practice group has been recognized in The Legal 500 United States as a “Top-Tier Firm” in Insurance: Advice to Policyholders; highly ranked in Chambers USA, both nationwide and regionally in Washington, D.C., New York, and California, as well as shortlisted as one of five firms for the 2021 Chambers USA “Law Firm of the Year in Insurance: Policyholder” honor; awarded by Benchmark Litigation as a 2020 “Insurance Firm of the Year” and ranked as “Tier 1” in 2021 for Insurance nationwide; and honored by the National Law Journal as the 2020 “D.C. Litigation Department of the Year in Insurance Law & Litigation.”
Hollye is admitted to practice in Washington, D.C. She received her J.D. from Cornell Law School and her B.A. from Dartmouth College.