Matt Simpson and Dan Auslander are here with their third episode of “Deal with Me,” a series of podcasts designed to provide insights—both personally and professionally—into the people that lead the Transaction Insurance industry, and increase the understanding of the Transaction Insurance marketplace, products, and trends. Their guests for this episode are Nancy Adams and Carl Metzger.

Listen below to episode three:


Nancy is in the Litigation Section, practicing in the Boston office of Mintz Levin. She is an active member in the firm’s Insurance/Reinsurance, Insurance Bankruptcy and Executive Production and Risk Management Groups. Nancy has extensive experience representing and advising primary and excess insurers on the business and legal implications of a variety of complex coverage issues involving personal, commercial and transactional lines of insurance. Nancy’s experience includes representing insurers with respect to coverage issues arising under all lines of property and casualty insurance. Her practice has involved representing insurers in state, bankruptcy and federal courts across the country

Carl Metzger is a partner in Goodwin’s Financial Industry and Business Litigation practices and Chair of the firm’s Risk Management & Insurance practice and Chair of the firm’s Partnership Committee. His clients include both public and private companies, major insurance carriers and brokerages, private equity and venture capital firms and non-profit and educational institutions.

In his current role at Ambridge Partners, Daniel Auslander is responsible for maintaining and developing their brokerage relationships.  Ambridge, a managing general underwriter, is a market leader in the Transactional Insurance product lines with a keen interest in expanding its product portfolio – including Directors & Officers Liability and Intellectual Property Insurance.

Mintz Member Matthew T. Simpson focuses his practice on helping his clients navigate increasingly complex corporate transactions including leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations and minority investments in the United States and abroad. He is a leader of the firm’s transactional insurance practice, offering his clients increasingly creative and effective ways to distinguish themselves in competitive processes while mitigating downside risk, and acts as underwriting counsel to a leading transactional insurance underwriter.