Available via Video Replay
Original Program Date: Friday, April 17, 2015
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The Insurance Law Section is having its second annual CLE program with top-flight insurance coverage attorneys ready to present on engaging topics.
The program is intended to provide practitioners with valuable insight and the tools needed to stay on top of insurance coverage issues.
Skills will be sharpened and awareness levels will be raised.
And there will be plenty of opportunity to network with experienced coverage counsel from across the state.
- Hear the latest hot topics on additional insureds, property coverage litigation, and the American Law Institute’s anticipated Restatement on Insurance
- Find out about insurance coverage case law of great significance from North Carolina and across the country in the past year, and hear tips/traps for deposing the insurer representative
- Hear observations about insurance litigation from four perspectives: insured’s counsel, insurer’s counsel, mediator and judge
- When government investigators come calling, will your policy respond and what are the strategy considerations?
- Learn about the ethical considerations facing coverage counsel, from pre-litigation through civil action resolution
Planned by the NCBA Insurance Law Section.
April 17, 2015
- E&O/D&O Coverage - Government Investigations, Subpoenas, Exclusions and More
- Interplay of Additional Insured and Contractual Liability Coverage
- Deposing the Insurer Representative (Adjuster, Underwriter, Executive): Tips and Traps for Both Sides
- Top Ten Insurance Decisions in North Carolina and Across the Nation in 2014-2015
- Insurance Law Section Annual Meeting | L.D. Simmons II, McGuireWoods LLP, Charlotte, presiding 2014-2015 Section Chair
- Observations on Insurance Litigation – Four Perspectives
- American Law Institute’s Anticipated Restatement on Insurance
- Lessons Learned in a Four-Year Coverage Battle – Colony Insurance v. Peterson
- Ethical Dilemmas Facing Insurer and Insured Coverage Counsel