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Learn more about Raymond Tittman, Founder & Managing Partner, Tittmann Weix
Raymond Tittmann is a founder and the Managing Partner of TittmannWeix. He brings to this exciting new venture substantial leadership experience, having founded and managed offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles and led those firms’ insurance practice groups nationwide. He advises clients on complex insurance coverage issues in California, Florida, and across the country. He was recently recognized by Law360 as an MVP for the year in the field of insurance.
He has handled numerous significant coverage matters and has been a party to numerous successes.
Ray represented London market carriers in connection with a coverage dispute over a $64 million malpractice judgment against a partner of a national law firm. They prevailed on a precedent-setting summary judgment order by the Central District of California, Hon. Stephen Wilson. The matter was later settled following a Ninth Circuit remand.
Ray represented a major product retailer in settlement negotiations to resolve more than $100 million in claims brought as individual, class, and mass “bundled” actions. Both the underlying and coverage claims were resolved in a global class action settlement, confirmed by the court in 2019.
Ray also specializes in Gig Economy coverage disputes. He advises the insurance market leader for the U.S. food-delivery business, an industry that is doubling annually and expected to reach $192 billion by 2025. He assists with policy drafting and provides strategic analysis on significant claims nationwide.
He initiated coverage litigation on behalf of the carrier for security guards at the San Francisco 49ers Levi’s Stadium over a severe fan beating. Judge Lucy H. Koh of the Northern District of California granted summary judgment to our client, finding that the carriers for the 49ers must share in coverage notwithstanding his client’s “primary and non-contributory” policy language. This result drove a favorable global settlement.