Disciplined in Sophisticated Defense and Insurance Litigation

As a Senior Associate at Butler who joined the firm in 2009, Sarah R. Burke practices primarily in defense of first party property insurance coverage. Additionally, she takes on casualty defense litigation, coverage defense, and extra-contractual practice areas.

Sarah received her Juris Doctorate degree from University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2008. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, with honors, from Emory University in 2003.

Admissions

  • Florida
  • New York

Education

  • Emory University
    Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • University of Florida, Levin College of Law
    Juris Doctorate
April 23, 2010 PUBLICATIONIs a Claim for Breach of Implied Warranty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing Distinct from a Bad Faith Action in a First-party Insurance Claim in Florida?

This is one of a series of articles under "Property Insurance Law Committee" originally published in ABA Committee News, Winter 2010

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Key Points
Practice Area CASE TYPE
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Earth Movement
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Excess Claims
  • Coverage - Boiler and Machinery
  • Coverage - Business Interruption
  • BI (Business Interruption)
  • Coverage - Business Owner's
  • Coverage - Homeowner's
  • Boiler and Machinery - Coverage
  • Business Interruption - Coverage
  • Business Owner's - Coverage
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Construction Defect Litigation - EIFS
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Sinkholes
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Stucco
  • Coverage - First Party Property
  • Sinkholes - Construction Defect Litigation
  • Construction Defect Litigation - Roof
  • Coverage - Property
  • Bad Faith
  • Construction Defect Litigation
  • Excess Coverage
  • First Party Coverage Issues
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Property Insurance
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Fraud
  • Homeowner's - Coverage
  • Homeowner's - Insurance
  • Hurricane Losses
  • Multi-District Litigation
  • Earth Movement - Construction Defect Litigation
  • Catastrophic Loss