Larry Fine (Speaker)

Larry Fine (Speaker)

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Role at Willis Towers Watson

Lawrence Fine is the Management Liability Coverage Leader for Willis Towers Watson’s FINEX North America division, with prior experience at law firms and an insurance carrier. He has more than 30 years’ legal and insurance industry experience, particularly in relation to Directors and Officers Liability, Professional Liability, Employment Practices Liability, and Fiduciary Liability.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Willis Towers Watson, and after working at two law firms, Larry spent 26 years at AIG where he was responsible for all U.S. commercial D&O, fiduciary liability, employment liability and non-tech professional liability claims.  For several years Larry was also Global Head of Professional Liability and D&O Claims at AIG.  In his role as Claims Chief Technical Officer, Larry also helped write all of AIG’s Financial Lines policies and many endorsements which are still in use.

Speaking Engagements/Publications

Larry has spoken concerning directors and officers liability, lawyers liability, securities law, ERISA, employment and insurance issues at conferences sponsored by the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS), the Practicing Law Institute (PLI), Bloomberg, Thomson Legalworks, Director’s Roundtable, the Association of Enrolled Actuaries, the American Conference Institute (ACI), Directorship/Directorship.com, the FICC (Federation of Insurance and Corporate Counsel) and others. Larry has been published in diverse publications, including the Rutgers Law Review, Directorship Magazine, Legalworks ERISA Litigation Conference Handbook (Thomson), Pension Plan Investments: Confronting Today’s Issues (PLI), Securities Litigation Report, The Market Standard and Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact.

Education and Credentials

Larry received his J.D. from Rutgers School of Law in Newark, New Jersey and his B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis.  Larry has an Associate in Risk Management (A.R.M.) designation from the Insurance Institute of America (IIA).