Of Counsel - Michigan Office
Office: (248) 203-2767
Fax: (248) 593-5808
“It’s wonderful to have fun practicing law, and the attorneys at Denenberg Tuffley love what they are doing. That is why they are so good at it.”
Julius Denenberg is Of Counsel for the firm and has been practicing law since 1954. Since then he has engaged in the practice of insurance law, specializing in property defense and subrogation cases. He has handled major insurance litigation and cases throughout the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands. His extensive experience includes defending and pursuing subrogation claims in major property losses involving hotels, casinos, airports, refineries, manufacturing plants, petrochemical plants, and generation and utility facilities. He also has considerable experience in insurance coverage litigation.
“In my spare time, I enjoy biking, jogging, reading, fishing, and travel.”
Education: Wayne State University (B.A., 1952); University of Michigan (J.D., 1954).
Admitted: 1954, Michigan.
Bar Association Memberships: Detroit and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Michigan; Michigan Association of Defense Trial Counsel; Defense Research Institute; International Association of Defense Counsel; Federation of Insurance and Corporate Counsel; State Bar of Michigan Foundation.
Articles and Publications: "Subrogation Recovery: Who is Made Whole", FICC Quarterly/Winter 1979; "The Exclusionary Rule in Civil Litigation: Sifting Through the Ashes of Michigan v Tyler", Insurance Counsel Journal, July 1980; FICC Journal, 1986; "The Successful Defense of an Arson Case", FICC Quarterly/Winger 1981; "Settling for Less than Primary Limits: The Untimely Triggering of Excess Liability Insurance Coverage”, Defense Counsel Journal, October 1989; "Ricco's Pattern Requirement After Sedima: The Second Episode", Defense Counsel Journal, July 1987; "The Polygraph: Modern Wizardry Unmasked", Defense Counsel Journal, July 1988; "The Twelve Month Limitation Provision: The Formal Denial Trap", FICC Journal, 1984; "Robert v Auto Owners, More Anguish for Insurers", Defense Counsel Journal, 1985.