Maria Regina Kupillas
Maria Regina Kupillas is Senior Counsel at Tyson & Mendes’ Scottsdale office. Ms. Kupillas’ practice covers a broad range of insurance defense cases.
Ms. Kupillas has extensive litigation experience, having been in house for a number of large insurance companies. She has handled both personal and commercial lines. Ms. Kupillas’ practice includes defending homeowners’ associations, handling construction defect matters, representing parties before the EEOC and Attorney General in discrimination matters, and representing insurance companies in subrogation cases. Ms. Kupillas has received defense verdicts in commercial slip and fall cases and automobile claims. In addition, she has tried numerous personal injury cases where she achieved a favorable damages award.
Ms. Kupillas received her J.D. from the George Washington University National Law Center where she was an editor of the Journal of International Law. Ms. Kupillas obtained her B.A. in Sociology, with honors and distinction, from the University of Michigan. She is licensed to practice in New York and Arizona and is a member of the Arizona Association of Defense Counsel.
In her free time, Ms. Kupillas enjoys spending time with her children. She enjoys reading, football, hockey, and basketball and is an avid Wolverine.
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