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KDV Press Release: Avery Dial Joins Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck as Professional Liability Partner in Florida Office

Posted Jul 18, 2018

(July 18, 2018, Ft. Lauderdale, FL) — Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck LLP (KDV), a leading national law firm, today announced that Avery A. Dial has joined the firm as a professional liability partner in its Ft. Lauderdale, FL office as the firm continues to build its professional liability practice.  The Firm now has more than 150 attorneys in nearly a dozen offices nationwide, with more than 40 attorneys in its professional liability practice group.
 
Dial represents attorneys, directors and officers, insurance brokers, financial services companies, accountants and architects. His practice is also focused on data privacy, including insurance issues arising from data breaches and cyber attacks, and data breach litigation; employment practices liability; and insurance coverage matters where the underlying claims are complex business litigation or intellectual property matters.
 
Prior to joining Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, Dial was a shareholder in the Ft. Lauderdale, FL office of Fowler White Burnett.
 
“Avery is experienced in handling a variety of insurance-related issues and matters, which makes him a great asset to work with all our insurance defense and coverage practices both in Florida and nationwide,” said Bruce S. Liebman, co-managing partner of KDV’s Florida offices. “Avery and I are former colleagues and have worked together on major D&O defense cases. I am thrilled that we will be teaming up again.”
 
“KDV’s growing Florida presence coupled with the firm’s national professional liability, EPL and data privacy platforms made KDV a natural next step as I grow my practices,” said Dial. “I look forward to working again with Bruce and my colleagues in Florida and across all of KDV’s offices.”
 
Dial earned his B.A. from the University of Florida and his J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. He is the Chair of the Florida Bar’s Grievance Committee “H” in the 17th Judicial Circuit, and does pro bono work for the Foundation for Sickle Cell Disease Research.

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