Greg Bennici is a member of the firm's Business Litigation Group. He frequently handles cases involving employee and group benefits disputes, property damage subrogation, and complex commercial disputes.
Employee and Group Benefits Litigation
Greg handles disputes related to group welfare benefits, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), health insurance, disability insurance, and life insurance coverage. He regularly defends claims brought against plan fiduciaries, and represents plan administrators and insurers in enforcing plan and policy terms and recovering plan assets. Greg is a contributor to the Employee Benefits and Compensation Group’s ERISA Claim Defense Blog, a platform that offers commentary and insight on administration and evaluation and litigation of group benefits claims as well as other compliance and litigation issues involving ERISA.
Property Damage Subrogation
Greg litigates large loss property damage subrogation cases involving fires, explosions, flooding, and other casualties. He represents insurers who have compensated their customers for damage pursuant to their property insurance policies, and pursues reimbursement from responsible third parties.
Real Estate Litigation
Greg represents individuals, businesses, and associations involved in litigations of real property rights, including disputes related to ownership, leasing, and condominium rights.
Complex Business Litigation
Greg has substantial experience effectively representing clients involved in complex commercial litigations before trial courts at the federal and state level, and in arbitrations and alternative dispute resolution proceedings. He was selected as a Rising Star in the 2017 and 2018 Connecticut Super Lawyers lists.
Greg also represents organizations and individuals of limited means in a variety of pro bono matters.