Practicing for over fifteen (15) years, Ms. Carty has represented numerous companies and individuals in high-stakes litigations in federal and state courts throughout the country, as well as in mediations and arbitrations. Ms. Carty worked for two of the largest corporate law firms in the world, first practicing in New York City, and then for Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP in Philadelphia.
While Ms. Carty has handled a variety of different types of cases, most of her experience has been civil litigation matters. Ms. Carty has significant experience litigating contract cases, especially in connection with representing insurance policyholders with claims against insurance companies. Ms. Carty's insurance matters have included a broad range of coverage situations, such as environmental, directors and officers, business interruption, and also bad faith litigation. In addition, she has represented policyholders involved with insurance company liquidations.
Ms. Carty is active with a number of professional and local organizations. She is the President of the Cornell Club of Greater Philadelphia. She formerly served as an Arbitrator for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Arbitration Program.
Cornell University, College of Arts and Sciences, B.A., With Distinction in All Subjects Cornell Law School, J.D., With Concentration in Business Law and Regulation
Carol C. Carty, Esq.
New Jersey State Courts
Pennsylvania State Courts
Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Western District of Pennsylvania
New York State Courts
Eastern District of New York
Southern District of New York
- President of the Cornell Club of Greater Philadelphia.
- Inducted into The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
- 2013 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star.
- Selected to represent Jenkins Law Library in an advertising campaign.
- Recipient of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP's Firm Pro Bono Award, for the significant insurance settlement Ms. Carty secured for a family whose home and personal property were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
- Recognized for being an inMotion attorney "Volunteer Who Made a Difference."
"The Early Katrina Coverage Decisions: Has the Landscape Been Changed?" American Bar Association's Tort Source, Winter 2008 Philadelphia Bar Association's Women in the Profession Newsletter, Winter 2011-2012 Edition, on Critical Success Factors
COMMUNITY AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Cornell Club of Greater Philadelphia
Jenkins Law Library
Philadelphia's Museum of the American Revolution, "Founding Member"
Free Library of Philadelphia
Philadelphia Museum of Art
World Affairs Council
VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT INCLUDES:
Cornell Club of Greater Philadelphia. Board Member since 2010, President (2017 to present), Treasurer (2015 - 2017), Nominating Committee (2015, 2016) Philabundance, Volunteer
Broad Street Ministry, Hospitality Collaborative Volunteer
REPRESENTATIVE CASE LAW EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:
M. Diane Koken v. Mizuho, No. 05-3049, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 56258 (E.D.Pa. July 1, 2009)
In the Matter of The Liquidation of Integrity Insurance Company (N.J. Super. June 10, 2008)
PhotoMedex, Inc. v. St. Paul Fire & Marine Ins. Co., 2008 WL 746836 (E.D.Pa. March 20, 2008)
PhotoMedex, Inc. v. St. Paul Fire & Marine Ins. Co., 2008 WL 324025 (E.D.Pa. Feb. 6, 2008)
Sunoco, Inc. v. Illinois Nat'l Ins. Co., No. 04-4087, 503 F.Supp.2d 743 (E.D.Pa. 2007)
Sunoco, Inc. v. Illinois Nat'l Ins. Co., No. 04-4087, 2005 WL 2077258 (E.D. Pa. Aug. 29, 2005)
Sunoco, Inc. v. Illinois Nat'l Ins. Co., No. 04-4087, 2005 WL 2562776 (E.D.Pa. Oct. 12, 2005)