Lisa M. Campisi Elected Fellow of the American College of Coverage Counsel
Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that Lisa M. Campisi, a partner in the firm’s nationally recognized Insurance Recovery group, has been elected to serve as a fellow of the American College of Coverage Counsel (“ACCC”), an invitation-only organization dedicated to improving the quality of the practice of insurance law and to increasing civility and professionalism in the field.
The national organization is comprised of experienced and recognized lawyers involved in coverage and extracontractual matters and who represent either policyholders or insurers. The ACCC engages in a rigorous vetting process prior to inviting a lawyer to become a fellow, with its members including many of the most prominent members of the insurance law bar. With Lisa’s election, Blank Rome is now home to seven ACCC fellows, including James R. Murray, Linda Kornfeld, John E. Heintz, Mary Craig Calkins, Helen K. Michael, and Jared Zola.
Established in 2012, the ACCC’s mission is to advance the creative, ethical, and efficient adjudication of insurance coverage and extracontractual disputes; to enhance the civility and quality of the practice of insurance law; to provide peer-reviewed scholarship; and to improve of the relationship between and among the members of the insurance law profession. For more information, please visit americancollegecoverage.org.
At Blank Rome, Lisa represents policyholders against their insurance companies as lead counsel in lawsuits across the nation and at the deal table as insurance counsel on mergers and acquisitions and other transactions. She brings more than 20 years of experience as a trusted high-level adviser to her clients in all insurance-related areas of their businesses, and has been retained as an insurance litigator, adviser, and counselor for a broad array of clients, including financial services firms, private equity firms and their portfolio companies, hedge funds, and numerous Fortune 100 companies. Lisa is a member of the American Bar Association Litigation Section’s Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee, and frequently speaks and publishes on emerging insurance coverage issues.