Timothy C. Twardowski was elected partner at Robinson + Cole. A member of Robinson+Cole’s Land Use and Real Estate + Development Groups, he works in the firm’s Boston and Providence offices, where he focuses his practice on land use policy, development permitting and real estate. Twardowski represents a national wireless communications provider in permitting matters, and has assisted that client in securing approvals for the installation or modification of wireless telecommunications facilities in dozens of Massachusetts and Rhode Island communities. He also advises a national real estate trade association on state and local land use and real estate-related initiatives and trends across the country.
Dana M. Horton was elected partner at Robinson + Cole. A member of Robinson+Cole’s Insurance + Reinsurance Group, she works primarily in the firm’s Providence office. Horton is an insurance litigation attorney with over 15 years of experience representing and advising insurance companies in large loss property subrogation matters, property insurance coverage disputes and bad faith claims. Her experience includes handling proceedings from inception through resolution in state, federal and appellate courts. Horton represents insurers who have compensated their customers for damage pursuant to their property insurance policies, and she pursues recovery from responsible third parties. She also has extensive experience litigating and advising insurers on coverage issues and defends insurance companies in extra-contractual claims and bad faith litigation throughout New England.
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