John Nonna litigates complex commercial disputes, particularly those involving insurance and reinsurance, involving a range of business matters. John is particularly well-known for his work in complex insurance and reinsurance disputes and he has handled several of the largest reinsurance arbitrations on record.
As a litigator, John is known for his innovative approaches to complex cases. He has tried jury and non-jury cases in the areas of accountants’ malpractice, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, breaches of warranties and representations, employment discrimination, distributorship agreements, stock and asset purchase agreements, and M&A disputes.
John is a Fellow of the American College of Trial lawyers. He has lectured at numerous conferences on topics including trial practice, arbitration and mediation, insurance and reinsurance coverage, commercial torts and the attorney-client privilege.
John served as Mayor of Pleasantville, New York and as a Westchester County Legislator where he chaired the Legislation Committee.