MORRISTOWN, NJ - Christopher R. Carroll Esq., of Morristown, a partner at Kennedys, has been named to the Mayo Performing Arts Center Board of Trustees. 

"I am honored and excited to be elected to the Board of Trustees of MPAC and look forward to serving with such an impressive group of individuals," Mr. Carroll said. "The arts represent the heart and soul of a community.  MPAC does a tremendous job each season offering a wide range of events and activities that not only reflect the vibrant and ever-growing Morristown community, and serves as a significant cultural outlet without geographic constraint."

Carroll is a Partner in the New York and Basking Ridge offices and is a member of Kennedys' Global Strategy Board. He has extensive experience in handling and resolving- through litigation and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms - insurance coverage disputes, including those involving environmental, toxic tort, asbestos, construction, advertising liability, products, cyber, technology, property, automobile, and employment issues.

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He has represented clients in insurance coverage disputes in virtually every state in the United States, on both the state and federal level, as well as in Bermuda, Canada, Puerto Rico, and throughout Europe. He also is experienced in resolution of reinsurance disputes and the drafting of reinsurance contracts. Mr. Carroll often provides counsel to corporate clients on general business matters, contract negotiation, environmental litigation and compliance, and all types of commercial disputes.

He is a frequent lecturer on a myriad of insurance and litigation topics, including mediation and negotiation, bad faith, construction defect, toxic tort, hazardous waste and advertising liability. He is on the Editorial Advisory Board of Insurance Law & Litigation Week, a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America and is a Fellow of the American College of Coverage Counsel (ACCC). Chris also is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of St. Joseph's College in New York.