Integrated’s founder, Frank Borowsky, is a practicing lawyer who has spent his career, which began in 1989, handling complex contract and tort litigation. He wrote his first appellate brief while he was a law clerk for a litigation firm in 1987 and argued his first appeal shortly after being admitted to the bar. Since then, he has successfully briefed and argued hundreds of motions and appeals in the federal and state trial and appellate courts. His experience runs the gamut from insurance coverage disputes, toxic tort, professional malpractice, and construction liability and defect cases, to commercial disputes and RICO claims, in which he represents both plaintiffs and defendants.
Frank has been perennially recognized in A.M. Best Company’s Best’s Directories of Recommended Insurance Attorneys and Adjusters since 2004, and received a Distinguished peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell over twenty years ago. He provides training sessions to clients regarding intricate areas of insurance and liability law. He routinely drafts correspondence regarding insurance coverage denials and reservations of rights, and prepares complicated multi-party settlement agreements and other contracts.
Frank received his Juris Doctor from Villanova University School of Law in 1989 and graduated cum laude from Seton Hall University in 1986. He is a member of the bars of the state and federal courts in New Jersey, and is also admitted to the Pennsylvania state bar, as well as the bars of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and the United States District Courts for the Southern District of New York and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
For a partial list of opinions that were issued in cases on which Frank has worked, click here.
Frank and his team are philosophically neutral when it comes to their writing and are uniquely well-suited to legal analytical and drafting assignments for all attorneys, regardless of who they represent -- plaintiffs or defendants, insurers or insureds.
Fees are estimated at rates that are below those that courts typically find to be reasonable for similar work. Costs vary by the nature of each assignment. For example, matters that require review of the law in multiple jurisdictions, the resolution of multiple issues, or the review of a full trial record, consume more time and resources than single issue assignments involving one jurisdiction. Regardless of the complexity of the matter or the volume of the materials that must be reviewed, Integrated is flexible and will work with the lawyers who retain its services to arrive at a mutually agreeable and realistic budget for the completion of each matter that will not be exceeded without prior approval. Work that must be completed on a rush basis, which is less than five days (except for appellate briefs and dispositive motions, which is 10 business days), is billed at a higher rate.
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