CBP adds insurance special counsel

The firm’s leader is excited by the growth and success of the firm’s insurance practice over the past year

CBP adds insurance special counsel

Colin Biggers & Paisley has added a senior lawyer to their insurance team in Sydney.

Michelle Morgan has been appointed as special counsel by the national firm. She specialises in complex litigation and has extensive experience in professional indemnity, directors’ and officers’ liability, management liability, major property damage, and fidelity claims.

 “Our insurance practice has undergone significant growth in recent times and has had impressive success in a number of areas. The appointment of Michelle Morgan will play an important role in continuing the success of the practice, particularly through her experience in professional indemnity and D&O liability insurance claims,” said Nick Crennan, managing partner.

The firm’s insurance practice recently welcomed special counsel Katrina Gillies and senior associate John McGirr in Melbourne. The firm also recently promoted lawyers in the team, including partners Toby Blyth and Debbie Kaminskas; special counsel Danielle Skinner; and senior associates Lachlan Boughton, Landis Michaels, and Julian Peake.

Michelle Morgan

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