Kennedys and Carroll, McNulty & Kull LLC complete merger creating global insurance firm

Kennedys are pleased to announce that they have today completed their merger with leading US insurance firm Carroll McNulty & Kull (CMK), creating a global insurance practice that will offer clients unrivalled coverage and expertise in all their key markets.

The merger brings together around 100 lawyers, including 41 partners, from CMK and over 975 lawyers from Kennedys, with additional joint staff numbering 750, creating a firm with an enhanced presence across the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East. Now with offices in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Texas, in addition to Kennedys existing office in Miami. Kennedys office in Miami, which provides both US law advice as well as acting as the hub for claims and coverage issues in Latin America and the Caribbean, will also be named as Kennedys CMK in due course. This merger represents further significant growth for Kennedys in the Americas after also having opened five offices in Latin America since the second half of 2016 – in Brazil, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and a thriving association in Argentina. If you would like more information about the merger or Kennedys expanding presence in the region, please contact Hilda Welcker, our Business Development Manager for Latin America based in our Miami office, at hilda.welcker@kennedyslaw.com or by telephone on +1 305 371 1111.

 

For more information about the merger, please click here:

http://www.kennedyslaw.com/news/kennedys-completes-us-merger-with-cmk/

 

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