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  • Education
    • J.D., cum laude, Arizona State University-Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, 2006
    • B.A., Montana State University, 2001, with honors
Throughout her legal career, Tiffany Andersen has focused her practice on the resolution of complex disputes through litigation in federal and state courts. She routinely represents corporate clients on matters involving insurance coverage, environmental, and contract disputes.   

Tiffany has served clients engaged in a variety of industries, including:
  • Biotechnology
  • Healthcare products and services
  • Defense technology
  • Natural resource development
  • Aerospace
As a result, Tiffany understands the diverse business needs of existing (and prospective) clients.
  • Obtained recovery for a leading resource exploration, production, and processing company under historical CGL insurance policies for liabilities arising from alleged environmental contamination.
  • Represented a leading developer and manufacturer of ammunition systems and missile and space propulsion products in pursuit of insurance recoveries for unexpected and unintended perchlorate contamination resulting from historic manufacturing operations.
  • Recovery under historical insurance assets for a global biotechnology tools company for alleged liabilities arising from asbestos bodily injury and environmental property damage claims.
  • Litigation on behalf of a leading resource exploration, production and processing company in action seeking contribution under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (“CERCLA”) from historical owners and operators of mine for remediation and source control costs.
  • Ongoing CGL claims on behalf of a global health care products leader in connection with environmental cleanup related to multiple historic manufacturing sites throughout the United States.
  • Recovery for the world’s leading aerospace company under CGL liability insurance policies for losses stemming from asbestos premises claims. 
  • Litigation on behalf of one of the fastest growing defense technology companies in the world, concerning insurance claims under historical insurance assets for alleged liabilities for uranium mining activities.
  • Recovery for a world-class medical center under D&O insurance policy in connection with losses stemming from class action settlement resulting from allegations of antitrust activity.
  • Litigation on behalf of a mining company in connection with a contractual dispute concerning obligations for costs associated with remediation of former uranium mining and milling operation.