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Bad Faith Insurance: Legal Risks and Imperative Actions to Take
Listen as experienced insurance coverage litigators Michelle L. Burton (Burton Kelley, LLP) and Steven L. Miracle (Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols S.C.) provide the audience with an in-depth discussion of the recent regulatory trends surrounding bad faith insurance practices. Speakers, among other things, will offer practical tips and litigation strategies in this rapidly evolving legal climate.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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Handling Insurance Bad Faith Claims: Red Flags to Watch Out For
Insurance laws governing bad faith practices are innately complex, thus proving the elements of a bad faith claim can be tricky and challenging. Additionally, the increasingly dishonest tactics of insurance companies and third-party adjusters today highlight the need to proactively detect the red flags before they snowball into a massive financial damage and unnecessary headache. Listen as highly experienced counsel Kenneth P. Williams (Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney) and Hillary N. Ladov (Goldberg Segalla) provide the audience with the latest and significant issues surrounding bad faith insurance litigation. Speakers will also provide practical strategies in a rapidly evolving legal landscape.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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Managing Case Costs for All Sizes of Litigation
Managing litigation costs is important for all sizes of litigation. The technological advances in recent years has enabled parties to participate remotely throughout many stages of litigation, but this discussion will discuss how planning your litigation strategy early can keep costs down while still effectively advocating for your client. 

Property Casualty 360

$65

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Your Claim Has Gone to Court: Understanding What Happens & What to Expect
This presentation will discuss what steps to take when a claim for property damage has progressed into litigation. The presenters will discuss what to expect from start to finish in a litigated claim, focusing specifically on property damages claims and variations state to state. Presenters will share their observations and experiences from practice and jurisdiction, including FL, CA, and the Northeast, as well as the most common types of property claims arising in each area.

Property Casualty 360

$65

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Does COVID-19 Trigger Force Majeure?
Your clients' contract may be affected by COVID-19 and force majeure. Navigate the legal and business issues with Corporate Counsel Editor-in-Chief Heather Nevitt and International lawyer Lisa Richman in a discussion about the practical implications of force majeure in making business decisions state-by-state and across the globe.

Law Journal Press

$65

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Health Care in the Shadow of COVID-19: What Will the "New Normal" Look Like?
Join experts in the health care insolvency field as they discuss a host of issues looming for the industry due to the fallout from the ongoing pandemic, factoring in the current landscape for providers, Polsinelli's Distressed Health Care Index, and the sectors that have been most affected thus far and in what ways.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$115

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The Consumer Provisions of the CARES ACT and Local Court Responses to the Pandemic
This seminar will discuss Section 1113 of the CARES Act, which, in part, excludes from the definition of “current monthly income” COVID-19 payments made by the federal government related to the COVID-19 federal emergency, and allows debtors who have been affected by the pandemic to modify their chapter 13 plans to allow payments for up to seven years after the first payment was due if their plans were confirmed prior to the enactment of the law.">This seminar will discuss Section 1113 of the CARES Act, which, in part, excludes from the definition of “current monthly income” COVID-19 payments made by the federal government related to the COVID-19 federal emergency, and allows debtors who have been affected by the pandemic to modify their chapter 13 plans to allow payments for up to seven years after the first payment was due if their plans were confirmed prior to the enactment of the law.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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Hard Markets, Soft Markets, and Social Inflation
Join our experts in this seminar as they examine the interplay between insurance coverage, policy language, and jury verdicts, and how they are driving the cost of claims beyond the policy limits.

FC&S Expert Coverage Interpretation

$65

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IoT Liability Issues
The connectivity allowed by the Internet of Things (IoT) may make our personal and professional lives much easier but, for liability attorneys it raises some red flag.Plus with a lack of guidance from federal regulators like the FTC and the FCC there is often more questions than answers. If a data breach occurs at a business; who is liable? Does liability fall on the business, the manufacturer of the device, or the creator of the software? More cases like this are beginning to arise and this session will examine liability concerns in the age of connectivity.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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