Hillary, a member of the firm’s Global Insurance Services practice in Philadelphia, discusses the dynamics of living in a family of lawyers and whether her decision to pursue law was influenced by her parents.
“Unlike many young lawyers, I began my law career with a deep understanding of the business of practicing law,” Hillary said. “This has aided my professional development immensely. Also, growing up around lawyers and judges made my first court appearance, deposition, etc. much less intimidating than it otherwise would have been.”
Hillary’s parents are Sayde Ladov of Dolchin, Slotkin & Todd, and David Ladov of Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel.
“Lawyers in the Family: Lessons Learned When a Career in Law is Passed Down through Generations,” The Philadelphia Lawyer, Summer 2021
Hillary N. Ladov focuses her practice on insurance coverage litigation, bad faith disputes, and coverage counseling. Hillary counsels and defends insurance industry clients in a wide range of coverage matters, including commercial general liability, homeowners’ liability, commercial and personal auto liability, pollution liability, marine liability, professional liability, and directors and officers liability. She has significant experience handling complex insurance cases in state and federal courts, and has monitored coverage and liability issues in a variety of cases.