Arnie Levinson

Arnie Levinson

For over 30 years, Arnie Levinson has assisted over 1,000 clients in coming to resolution. He has been routinely involved in shaping state and national legislation in insurance law. He was a founding partner at Pillsbury & Levinson, leaving after 20 years to bring his skills to the field of mediation. He has been a member of ABOTA; served as President of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association; and is a three-time recipient of the Presidential Award of Merit from Consumer Attorneys of California.

Articles written by this author:

Mediation of a bad-faith case

When the insurance company has “skin in the game”

Arnie Levinson

2014 September


Is insurer responsible for an excess judgment in absence of a policy-limit demand?

The courts have sent a mixed message, but here’s a look at what is clear today

Arnie Levinson

2015 August


Yes, you can mediate bad-faith cases

Understanding the level of misconduct and making an appropriate demand when the case is ripe for settlement

Arnie Levinson

2016 September


Why is there a genuine-dispute doctrine?

Why is there a genuine-dispute doctrine?

The differences between an insurer’s genuine-dispute defense and bad faith

Arnie Levinson

2017 September