Thursday, October 27, 2011

Anytime/Web: Insurance Law Fundamentals

Learning the nuts and bolts of insurance law is the first step toward successfully litigating claims involving insurance disputes. In this program, our accomplished presenters give attorneys with little experience in insurance law, as well as those looking for a refresher course, the knowledge they need to confidently tackle an insurance case. This program is for litigators, transactional attorneys, and in-house counsel who encounter insurance related issues in their practice. 
Topics of this program include:
  • The Duty to Defend
  • Indemnity
  • Umbrella and Excess Insurance
  • Bad Faith Issues
  • Subrogation
Presented by:
Dan M. Forman, Partner, Carlton, DiSante & Freudenberger, LLP.
Credit:
1.75
  • Understand the legal and practical risks of social media use among employees.
  • Learn how to build, implement, and enforce a good social media in the workplace policy.
  • Understand the key statutes and case law that affect social media use.
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