Anne M. Mohan, Counsel in Riker Danzig’s Insurance Group, brings to her cases a level of dedication and
professionalism that is appreciated by her clients and respected by other counsel.
Her practice includes the representation of insurance companies and the defense of their insureds in a wide range of disputes, with a particular focus on complex litigation, especially products liability, toxic tort, and construction defect claims.
Anne regularly represents domestic and foreign Fortune 100 insurers and others in complex cases nationwide involving primary, umbrella, and excess policies. She has represented insurers in matters involving all lines of coverage including first-party property, commercial and general liability, automobile, multi-peril, and life insurance policies. In addition, she has provided coverage advice to insurers on many different types of claims, including environmental contamination and remediation, asbestos bodily injury, lead abatement, products liability, completed operations, and contractors’ liability. Anne has acted as regional counsel for a nationally known insurer, managing coverage litigation and overseeing local counsel. Anne has also appeared before the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance regarding issues involving the regulation of insurance companies.
A significant portion of Anne’s practice involves working with insurers and third-party claims administrators to defend their policyholders and clients. She has tried many cases and has handled countless mediations and arbitrations. As national counsel for a household-name corporation, Anne coordinated the defense of a plethora of recurring products liability claims. She recently obtained a judgment that secured the client’s pre-trial dismissal from one of the largest and longest construction defect trials in the state of New Jersey.
Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
Anne was a Law Clerk to the Honorable Arthur S. Meredith, J.S.C, Presiding Judge, Civil Division, Somerset County, New Jersey. She has been a longstanding instructor of Civil Trial Preparation for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education and has served as the Attorney Coach of a local high school Mock Trial Team. Anne also serves as a pro bono attorney and Trustee of Partners for Women and Justice, which provides free legal representation to victims of domestic violence. Anne was appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve on the Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law, and was recently selected to serve on the Executive Committee.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has also appointed Anne to serve on the New Jersey Supreme Court District XIII Ethics Committee, for which she is Past Chair. Anne served as Co-Chair of the Civil Practice Committee of the Hunterdon County Bar Association in 2019, and she currently serves as Co-Chair of the Seminar/Sponsorships Committee, Co-Chair of the Mock Trial Committee, and as a Member of the Judicial and Prosecutorial Appointments Committee.
United States District Court, District of New Jersey
United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
United States Supreme Court
Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1984
University of Scranton, B.A., magna cum laude, 1981
Member, New Jersey State and American Bar Association.
Executive Committee Member, New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law
Member, New Jersey Supreme Court District XIII Ethics Committee
Trustee, Partners for Women and Justice
Co-Chair, Mock Trial Committee, Hunterdon County Bar Association
Past-Chair, District XIII Ethics Committee
Member, Judicial and Prosecutorial Appointments Committee, Hunterdon County Bar Association
In 2021, Anne was named a “Leader in Law” by NJBIZ. Honorees were selected by a panel of independent judges with experience in the justice system, based on the nominee’s professional accomplishments, dedication to their profession, and involvement in their communities. About 50 members of the legal community were honored, including general counsel, government attorneys and those in private practice.
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