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The documents below are written materials from programs that have been sponsored by the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee. Please note: You must be a Section of Litgation member and be logged in to access the files.


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Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2013, Tucson

 

  • Articles

»That Was a Secret! – Insurance Coverage for Privacy Violation Lawsuits

Andrew L. Margulis, Helen K. Michael, William T. Um


» Reservations Required – or Not? Recent Trends Concerning Reservation of Rights and the Impact on Defense Handling, Control and Conflicts of Interest

Jeffrey O. Davis, Patrick J. Murphy, Nicholas J. Boos, and David Ajalat


» The Use and Misuse of Expert Testimony in Bad Faith Actions

Jeffrey Michael Cohen and E. Kelly Bittick Jr.


»The Admissibility of Expert Testimony in Insurance Coverage Litigation Since Daubert

Robert J. Romero, Jeffrey M. Cohen, Jason S. Mazer, and Karen Cusato


» Coverage for “Rip and Tear” Costs: A Case Law Survey 

John C. Bonnie, Melissa C. Lesmes, Charles E. Stauber, and H. Eric Hilton


» What to Watch in D&O Coverage: Clawbacks, the Jobs Act, and the Facebook IPO

Andrew Deutsch and Erin Doran







»Ethical Issues in Mediations and Arbitrations
John E. Heintz, John Bickerman, Christina Dixon, Laura Foggan, Deborah Rothman




Women in Insurance Networking CLE Workshop:  October 18, 2012, Washington, DC

 

 

Beyond Rainmaking 101 – Generating Business as a Woman in Insurance

Powerpoint Presentation

Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2012, Tucson

 


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Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2011, Tucson.

 

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2010 Section of Dispute Resolution Midyear Meeting


At the 2010 Section of Dispute Resolution Midyear Meeting in Orlando, the Committee cosponsored a panel discussion on current trends and recent developments in international arbitration. Topics included: efforts by international arbitral tribunals to reduce time and costs by revising their rules and guidelines; hot issues in enforceability; the threat of corruption and its effect on the arbitration process; and what implications the proposed Arbitration Fairness Act would have on international arbitration.


Panelists were: Joan C. Grafstein, JAMS, Atlanta, Georgia (Moderator); M. Cristina Cardenas, Astigarraga Davis, Miami, Florida; A. Stephens Clay, Kilpatrick Stockton LLP, Atlanta, Georgia; John W. Hinchey, King & Spalding, Atlanta, Georgia; Edward M. Mullins, Astigarraga Davis, Miami, Florida.



Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2010, Tucson


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Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2009, Tucson


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Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: February/March 2008, Tucson




Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2007, Tucson




Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2006, Tucson




Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2005, Tucson




Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar: March 2004, Tucson




Show & Tell in the Courtroom-The Use and Abuse of High-Tech in Insurance Coverage Cases (2004)




 
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