Angelo G. Savino concentrates his practice on matters involving directors & officers liability, professional errors and omissions liability, fiduciary liability, employment practices liability, and corporate indemnification. With more than 30 years as a practicing attorney, he has extensive experience handling all aspects of coverage analysis, claims management, mediation, and settlement of all types of claims, including securities class actions, derivative actions, employment practices, ERISA and other complex litigation.
Angelo has represented major D&O and fiduciary insurers in a number of "mega cases" in both U.S. and international matters. He has extensive experience as insurer coverage counsel handling all aspects of '33 Act and '34 Act securities class actions, including analysis of potential damages exposure and negotiation of settlements. He has also handled matters involving investigations and litigation by the SEC, the Department of Justice, and the Ontario Securities Commission; claims against investment advisers and mutual funds; shareholder derivative claims; claims against pharmaceutical manufacturers; claims involving private equity firms and their portfolio companies; and claims against banks and other financial institutions.
Angelo has litigated coverage cases in state and federal courts for professional liability insurers, involving a wide variety of coverage terms and provisions. He has also handled litigation and settlement of rescission claims based on misrepresentations in financial statements on which the policies were underwritten, as well as with respect to coverage for ERISA "stock drop" cases. In addition, Angelo has counseled clients regarding policy drafting issues and has extensive experience litigating insurance coverage matters in numerous jurisdictions throughout the United States.
Angelo earned his undergraduate degree from Fordham University, and his law degree from Fordham University School of Law, where he was an editor of the Fordham Law Review.