Diana Shafter Gliedman, a shareholder with Anderson Kill’s insurance recovery group, represents policyholders in actions ranging from
small insurance coverage disputes to multi-party, multi-issue insurance coverage litigations, with an emphasis on Comprehensive
General Liability Insurance, Directors & Officers Liability Insurance, Employment Practices Liability Insurance, Errors &
Omissions/Professional Liability Insurance.
As chair of Anderson Kill’s Professional Liability Insurance Group, Ms. Gliedman represents lawyers and law firms, architectural and
engineering firms, accountants and accounting firms, brokers, financial institutions and other professional entities seeking coverage
under their Professional Liability/Errors & Omissions insurance policies. Working with Anderson Kill’s founding partner, Eugene
Anderson, Ms. Gliedman helped secure a client victory in the oft-cited case of Rosenberg & Estis v. Chicago Insurance Company. Ms.
Gliedman is also a co-chair of the Professional Liability Subcommittee of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee of the ABA
Section of Litigation, and a member of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance Professional Liability subcommittee.
Ms. Gliedman is also co-chair of the firm’s Hospitality Industry Practice Group, and frequently works with members of the hospitality
industry, providing representation and counsel to hotels, casinos, restaurants, and other hospitality franchises. Ms. Gliedman is the
editor of Anderson Kill’s Hospitality Alert newsletter, which provides hospitality insiders with breaking news and industry information.
Ms. Gliedman is highly committed to pro-bono work, most recently securing a victory for Tibetan independence activist Sherab Dorje in
the Matter of the Application for Asylum of Sherab Dorje. She is also an active member of the Step Up Women’s Network, a nonprofit
organization dedicated to connecting and advancing women and girls through mentoring and enrichment programs. While attending the
Fordham University School of Law, Ms. Gliedman was a member of the Fordham Law Women Executive Board and, as a member of the
Fordham University School of Law Children’s Disability And Special Education Clinic, represented children in need of special education
services and SSI benefits. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two young sons.