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Jane Warring
1201 West Peachtree St. NW
Suite 610
Atlanta GA 30309
TEL: (470) 867-3043
FAX: (612) 336-9100
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Jane E. Warring

Serving insurance industry and business clients, Jane focuses her practice on first-party coverage disputes, business interruption claims, bad faith claims, and subrogation matters under a variety of insurance policy types including all risk property, builders risk, event cancellation, energy outage, boiler and machinery, and cyber breach policies. Jane's experience further includes defending lawsuits alleging negligence and insurance class actions. She managed a large volume of coverage and litigation work on business interruption claims arising out of COVID-19.

Jane is an experienced litigator in both state and federal courts nationwide. She prides herself on diligent and tailored representation of her clients, and believes the key to a successful defense is in the details.

Representative Matters

Obtained favorable settlement in dispute under event cancellation policy.

Obtained a favorable settlement for a market of nine insurance companies in a multi-million dollar dispute with an apartment owner alleging hurricane damage and bad faith in North Carolina state court.

Obtained a favorable settlement in a landmark dispute between insurers and a casino under a cyber breach policy.

Obtained summary judgment and sanctions award in West Virginia federal court dismissing a multi-million-dollar business interruption loss and bad faith claim by an international metals manufacturing operation.

Obtained a favorable settlement in a direct defense case representing a welding inspection company on behalf of a market of U.S. and London insurers in federal court.

Provide advice to insurers with respect to coverage for data protection costs, extra expenses, and business interruption damages under cyber risk policies.

Provide opinions to insurers on various coverage issues including but not limited to faulty workmanship and settlement exclusions, ensuing loss exceptions, change of temperature exclusions, code upgrade coverage, and the application of sublimits.

Articles & Presentations

"Delay in Completion:  A Tsunami Wave of Claims is Coming Soon," 2022 CLM Construction Conference, San Diego, CA, September 22, 2022, panelist

"How to Recruit and Retain Young Talent," CLM Annual Conference, March 24, 2022, moderator

"DBI Women in the Industry," February 28, 2022, panelist

"Reach of Ohio Ransomware Ruling Limited To Policy At Hand" Law360 Insurance Authority, January 19, 2022

"Cyber Rulings Aren't Helping COVID Biz Interruption Cases" Law360, November 4, 2021, co-author

"US Litigation School – Bad Faith Law," Webinar, February 2021, co-presenter

“Challenges in Assessing Business Interruption Claims under Cyber Policies,” Webinar, April 2020, presenter

"A Turning Tide? Advancements in the Flood Insurance Market?”

"When Will Renovation or Construction Activity Defeat a Vacancy Exclusion?," December 15, 2016

"How to Avoid Insurance Coverage Disputes Following Electric and Gas Outages," Property Casualty360, October 3, 2016

Professional Affiliations

Pro Bono Activities


Selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America®, 2023.

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