After completing a two-year term as a Delegate serving District 12 (Hartford and surrounding towns), Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani attorney, Regen O’Malley, will continue to serve the Connecticut Bar Association (“CBA”) as one of three elected Delegates to the newly-created District 17 under a redistricting plan effective July 1, 2018. O’Malley will serve in this role through June 30, 2019. The House of Delegates is responsible for all significant decisions or policies of the CBA. The House consists of 64 CBA members including its officers, 47 district, six section and four affinity bar delegates.
O’Malley has also been newly-appointed to serve on the CBA’s Board of Governors (BOG) through June 30, 2019. The BOG, which consists of the CBA officers and only 17 district delegates, is the administrative board of the CBA and has the power and authority to perform all acts that the House of Delegates itself might perform. It deals with budgetary matters and can provide one-year authorization to legislative positions.
Regen O'Malley concentrates her practice on the defense of insurers against both contractual and extra-contractual claims. She also regularly counsels insurers regarding complex coverage issues and represents insurers in defending and prosecuting declaratory judgment actions in coverage disputes. Her experience includes commercial general liability, professional liability, directors and officers, errors and omissions, umbrella/excess, business property, liquor liability, homeowners, and automobile insurance policies. O'Malley also has substantial civil litigation/insurance defense experience, including complex litigation. She regularly defends insureds in the context of employment liability, non-profit liability, director and officer liability, insurance agent/broker liability, contractor and subcontractor liability and liquor liability. O'Malley was named a New England “Super Lawyer” in 2017 and 2018, and a "Rising Star" from 2008-2013 in insurance coverage.