Lily Huffman, of counsel in the Insurance Coverage practice, has extensive experience in a range of insurance coverage and bad faith matters.

She has handled numerous civil trials and arbitrations in both Federal and State court related to first party coverage claims and provided advice to clients with regard to first and third party coverage issues, breach of contract, and violations of Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Laws.

Lily earned her law degree, cum laude, from Temple University Beasley School of Law, where she was an editor of the Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review, a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant, and the recipient of the Harry R. Kozart Memorial Prize Fund Award. She earned her undergraduate degree from Haverford College. During law school, she served as a summer clerk for the Honorable John T.J. Kelly, Jr., of the Pennsylvania Superior Court and as a law clerk for the City of Philadelphia Law Department. Prior to joining the firm, she was of counsel with Bennett, Bricklin & Saltzburg LLC in Philadelphia.

Honors & Awards


Editor and Staff Member, Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review

Recipient, Harry R. Kozart Memorial Prize Fund Award


“Empty Your Pockets Without Recourse: The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Decision in American and Foreign Insurance Company v. Jerry’s Sport Center Inc. Leaves Insurers Unable to Recover Defense Costs Expended for Non-Covered Claims,” Counterpoint, Pennsylvania Defense Institute, November 2010

Portside Investors L.P. Opens the Door for Plaintiffs to Estop Insurers from Invoking Suit Limitation Clauses,” Counterpoint, Pennsylvania Defense Institute, April 2012