Randi Ellias focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and arbitration, including complex insurance coverage disputes and reinsurance matters. She has handled matters concerning allegations of nondisclosure and misrepresentation, treaty interpretation, ownership of common account reinsurance, direct access to reinsurance proceeds by policyholders, number of occurrences, contractual and statutory obligations regarding security, and compliance with actuarial standards of practice. Randi also counsels clients on coverage issues, claims
She was named a leader in insurance law in The Legal 500 United States (2018), The Best Lawyers in America (2016-2019).
Randi is a co-founder of Butler Rubin's Women in Reinsurance organization, Vice-Chair of the ABA TIPS Excess Surplus Lines and Reinsurance General Committee, and a member of the Publication Committee of AIRROC Matters. She has spoken at AIRROC and ARIAS meetings and the Women in Insurance Leadership Forum.
She began working with Butler Rubin as a summer associate in 1994, clerked for the firm in 1995 and joined as an associate in 1996.
Randi graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Franklin & Marshall