THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN POSTPONED
A Comprehensive 2-Day Program
Presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Insurance Law Section
Adena S. Edwards, Esq.Assistant Vice President – Environmental Claims Starr Adjustment Services, Inc.
There's something for every insurance law practitioner at the Insurance Law Institute. Those just starting out benefit from hearing from an authoritative panel of policyholder and insurance coverage attorneys discussing the different types of policies and the duties and litigation that flows from those policies. Experienced attorneys benefit from hearing the latest updates, fresh insights and differing perspectives about how to handle complicated and ethically challenging problems that often arise in insurance law practice.
This program is the perfect place to learn from and network with your fellow practitioners.
As an attendee, you will hear some of the state’s leading insurance law practitioners, both insurer and policyholder, as they discuss third partly liability policies, the duty to defend, estoppel, waiver, bad faith, the tripartite relationship, and more. You’ll come away with a deeper understanding of the law, plus practical tips and effective techniques you can use right away in your practice.
Register today for this 2-Day Institute, covering a multitude of aspects of insurance law
Claims Made Policy – Nicholas M. Insua, Esq. 1. E&O/Malpractice 2. D&O
Duty to Defend v. Denial • Overview - Jonathan A. Messier, Esq. • Writing and Analyzing Reservation of Rights letter - Jonathan A. Messier, Esq.
Estoppel/Waiver – Joanna L. Crosby, Esq.
Risk Transfer – William H. Mergner, Jr., Esq.
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