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Stephen Clancy is an attorney in Robinson+Cole’s Litigation Section and a member of the firm’s Insurance + Reinsurance Group. He focuses his practice on insurance coverage litigation, professional liability defense, commercial litigation, and products liability. He is also experienced in representing insurers in complex litigation involving allegations of bad faith and unfair claim settlement practices.

Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Stephen was an associate at Morrison Mahoney LLP and a judicial clerk for the Honorable Barry R. Schaller of the Connecticut Appellate Court in Hartford, Connecticut.

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In Katie Realty, Ltd. d/b/a The Landry Building v. Louisiana Citizens Property Ins. Inc., 2012 La. LEXIS 2710 (La. Oct. 16, 2012), the Louisiana Supreme Court reversed the First Circuit Court of Appeals and held that a written settlement agreement does not constitute a “proof of loss” under La. Rev. Stat. § 22:1892 (A)(1)