2023 ExecuSummit Co-Chairs:
Kevin M. Mattessich
Managing Partner – New York City Office
Co-Chair Insurance Coverage & Litigation Practice Group
Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck LLP
Kevin M. Mattessich is managing partner of the New York office. Mr. Mattessich concentrates his practice in commericial litigation and he has defended companies and their directors and officers in a variety of contexts ranging from the defense of companies in management disputes, engineers sued in mine development suits, stock brokerages and investment advisers and other contexts. In addition, Kevin maintains an active insurance coverage analysis and litigation practice in which he has represented clients all over the globe. Internationally recognized for his experience with investigating and litigating fidelity and fraud related claims, including matters involving Ponzi schemes, securities act violations, cyber risks, commodities and foreign exchange losses, insider trading, D&O liability, and other corporate exposures. Kevin has also been retained to analyse and arbitrate major claims submitted under R&W and other transactional risk policies.
Previously, Kevin served as a Trial Attorney in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice where he prosecuted white-collar fraud cases. He has testified before the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. Senate on health care fraud issues, and he has spoken at numerous seminars on litigation and insurance related issues.
Mr. Mattessich is actively involved in the community affairs of his hometown of Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Executive Vice President
Head of M&A Insurance
Navine Aggarwal is the Global Head of Ethos M&A Insurance which is an MGA that writes Representations & Warranties, Tax and Contingent policies. Prior to joining Ethos, Navine was the Head of Ironshore’s Americas M&A team where he was responsible for building the Americas platform and overseeing underwriting and production for the region. Navine also spent over three years in Allied World’s North American M&A insurance team. Navine’s experience prior to working in the insurance industry included practicing law in Ropes & Gray’s Private Equity M&A Group in New York and began his career as an Investment Banking Analyst at Macquarie, specializing in infrastructure. Navine earned Masters of Business Administration and Juris Doctorate degrees from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from York University’s Schulich School of Business.
A. Neil Hartzell
Freeman Mathis & Gary
Neil Hartzell is a Partner in Freeman Mathis & Gary’s Boston and Providence offices. Mr. Hartzell is a trial and appellate lawyer and has extensive experience in a broad range of matters, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in complex civil litigation including commercial disputes, antitrust, false claims act and state whistleblower, eminent domain litigation, real estate, securities litigation and investigations, FINRA proceedings, directors and officers, business torts, trade secrets, copyright, trademark, patent, civil RICO, insurance coverage, including environmental and bad faith claims, medical device litigation, class actions, contract actions, civil rights, aviation, workplace and employment related matters, including discrimination claims, ERISA, construction, and environmental including Chapter 21E and CERCLA claims, banking litigation, creditors and debtors in bankruptcy proceedings, claims involving accountants, attorneys, design professionals as well as governmental investigations. Mr. Hartzell has represented parties in zoning and permitting matters, and parties in loan workouts, including forbearance agreements, loan sales, related litigation and bankruptcy.
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