Austin Moody represents insurance companies in complex insurance coverage disputes in state and federal courts.
Austin advises clients on disputes involving a broad range of coverages including general and professional liability, commercial property, subcontractor default, life, directors and officers, and pollution coverage.
Recognition and Involvement
Recognition & Involvement
While in law school Austin served as a notes editor for the Immigration Law Journal and as an intake volunteer for the D.C. Employment Justice Center Worker Rights Clinic. Austin participated in the Harrison Institute for Public Law Clinic, helping public school districts procure healthy fresh food in compliance with federal, state and local regulations. He also interned with the Federal Immigration Appeals Clinic, helping immigrants seeking asylum, withholding of removal and protection under the Convention Against Torture.
Austin was named a Massachusetts "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers for 2023.
Bar and Court Admissions
U.S. District Court for District of Connecticut
U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 2016
Trinity College, BA, summa cum laude, 2013
News & Insights
- 11.21.22 | The Complex Insurance Coverage Reporter
- MA Business Court Reverses Itself on Reconsideration; Finds No Right to Defense Cost Contribution From Insureds8.15.22 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- 7.11.22 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- 6.1.22 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- Massachusetts Business Court Addresses Defense Cost Allocation and Non-Cumulation Provisions in Long-Tail Context2.24.22 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- 3.30.21 | The Complex Insurance Coverage Reporter
- 12.22.20 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- 9.15.20 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- 5.14.20 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- 4.3.20 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- 2.19.20 | Boston Bar Journal
- NY Federal Court Refuses to Consider Extrinsic Evidence of an Insurer’s Claim Handling for a Different Policyholder8.27.19 | Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Alert
- Interpreting Prior Knowledge Clauses in Claims-Made Policies: When Knowing Too Much Can Hurt YouSummer 2018 | Connecticut Lawyer Magazine
- Excess Insurer’s Duties Clarified by 9th Circuit11.2.17 | L.A. Daily Journal