Crystal L. Cooke
Ms. Cooke has experience representing clients through all phases of complex civil litigation. She currently focuses her practice on products liability as a member of the firm’s Asbestos/Toxic Tort Litigation Team. In addition to her asbestos practice, Ms. Cooke represents clients in insurance coverage matters and professional liability actions. Ms. Cooke is admitted to practice in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Georgia.
Ms. Cooke is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law where she received her Juris Doctor in 2011 and her Master of Laws in Insurance Law in 2013. She served as a Notes and Comments Editor for the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal. In addition to her legal degrees, Ms. Cooke has a Master’s in Project Management from Northeastern University. She has extensively studied the use of project management in the legal field as a method for efficiently delivering high value legal services.
Reverse Bad Faith: An Alternative to Even the Playing Field? DRI, May 20, 2014.
"The Complexity of the Mandatory Medicare Section 111 Reporting Rules and Its Practical Legal Affects - Is There a Break in Sight?" Connecticut Insurance Law Journal, Volume 17:2 (2011).
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Connecticut Defense Lawyers Association
Connecticut Bar Association
Rhode Island Bar Association
Defense Research Institute
American Bar Association