Gregory Katz serves as the national managing partner of Lewis Brisbois and the co-chair of the Am Law 100 firms General Liability and Transportation Practices. As Managing Partner, Mr. Katz has leveraged his experience as a solutions-oriented leader to modernize Lewis Brisbois’ operations while maintaining the firms dedication to legal excellence for its clients, professional growth for its employees, managerial transparency, and greater participation by partners across all 55 of the firms office nationwide. He has also reinvigorated Lewis Brisbois’s commitment to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives throughout every level of the fi Mr. Katz has over 30 years of experience defending complex litigation and trying cases in state and federal courts throughout New York. His clients include international and domestic insurance carriers, captives, managing general agents, and third-party administrators. He consistently achieves clients’ business objectives in high-exposure matters involving general liability litigation, transportation, hospitality claims, New York Labor Law, construction litigation, environmental law and toxic torts, and insurance coverage and bad faith claims. In addition, Mr. Katz serves as a trusted advisor to clients in helping them run off programs, reduce shelf-life and costs and improve the efficiencies of their insurance programs. He was on the Board of Directors of Target Markets for 5 years and the National Risk Retention Association. He was also very active in CICA and VCIA where he leveraged his extensive experience working with captives. During his time at Lewis Brisbois, Mr. Katz also formed and oversees the firms 24/7 Rapid Response On-Call Transportation Team as well as its National Trial Practice Team. Mr. Katz regularly publishes and presents on a variety of topics impacting the insurance industry and trial practice. He is also a longtime member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).

Catch Gregory Katz, Esq. speaking at:

  • Defense Counsel Insights and Perspectives

  • Judicial Hellhole Roundtable