Jason Komorsky represents Fortune 500 companies and other businesses in commercial lawsuits, insurance recovery disputes and complex litigation in US federal and state courts. Jason counsels clients in the energy, manufacturing, chemical, retail, banking, and financial services industries on insurance litigation issues that include employment practices, general liability, first-party property, business interruption, workers’ compensation, and errors and omission coverages as well as matters concerning directors and officers. He also represents asbestos settlement trusts formed under US Bankruptcy Code Section 524(g).
As a litigator, Jason counsels clients in claims involving historic comprehensive general liability, umbrella and excess, Bermuda Form, and occurrence-based policies. He has experience representing clients, and attaining judgments or settlements, in litigation involving product liability, misclassification of workers, asbestos and silica bodily injury, toxic tort, environmental property damage, and corporate malfeasance.
He helped successfully resolve claims in the liquidations of the Integrity Insurance Company and the Midland Insurance Company. In addition, Jason and a team of lawyers secured a $242.5 million allowed claim for their client in the Home Insurance Company liquidation. Jason also won a judgment that allowed a corporate insured to reinsure the company’s workers’ compensation claims—immediately after the insurer was declared insolvent. Jason also counsels clients on insurance procurement, structuring commercial and captive insurance programs, claims notifications, insurance issues that arise in transactions, and other insurance-related matters.
In keeping with Morgan Lewis’s commitment to community service, Jason serves as chair of the Los Angeles Area Pro Bono Committee. He previously sat on the board of directors of the Los Angeles County Bar Foundation.
University of California, Berkeley, 1986, B.A.
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, 1991, J.D.