Clarence Y. Lee

Clarence Lee is an experienced litigator, representing clients in a wide range of insurance coverage counseling, commercial litigation, intellectual property litigation and enforcement, and environmental insurance coverage actions. Clarence provides insurance coverage advice and litigation representation on a variety of insurance issues, including general liability, environmental, mass tort, director’s and officer’s liability, professional liability, errors and omissions, managed care, and group care policies. He has also represented companies in intellectual property and antitrust litigation. Clarence is counsel for a major intellectual property trade association that enforces copyrights throughout the United States.  He also has an active pro bono practice that involves immigration and asylum cases, as well as family law issues in local courts. 

Representative Matters:

  • Represents a major trade association in hundreds of copyright enforcement matters nationwide.
  • Represented major insurance company in obtaining summary judgment on bad faith claim in Maryland.
  • Represented major insurance company in managed care coverage arbitration leading to favorable settlement.
  • Represented major insurance company in negotiating favorable and creative settlement relating to lost or missing general liability policies.
  • Represented major insurance company in multiple Chinese drywall-related claims, including coverage litigation.
  • Represented relators in novel False Claims Act case that obtained $76.25 million in recoveries based upon allegations of price fixing for carbon fiber.
  • Represented major insurance companies in commercial liability coverage litigation, including toxic tort and environmental actions.
  • On a pro bono basis, achieved withholding of removal status for Sudanese teenager whose family was persecuted in Sudan for its political beliefs.
  • On a pro bono basis, achieved asylum for two Belarusian citizens persecuted for their political beliefs. Click here for more information.
  • On a pro bono basis, assisted young child in leaving home of abusive father and obtaining permanent custody with mother. 




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