Michelle A. Bholan litigates commercial cases in federal and state court.
As part of the Rivkin Radler Superstorm Sandy litigation team, Michelle is representing a major corporation in class action litigation. She also has successfully tried an insurance coverage dispute arising from damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.
In addition to representing insurers in first-party property disputes, Michelle represents insurers in fraud claims arising from the healthcare and automobile insurance industries.
Michelle also has a diverse labor and employment practice. She has extensive experience representing clients in disputes involving discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour, and restrictive covenant/non-competition claims. She also has significant experience representing clients in various proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board.
Since 2014, Michelle has co-authored the recurring article entitled, “Recent Developments in Business Litigation,” for the Annual Survey of the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal.