Philip Cook The Cook Law Firm, P.C., Founder
Gaye Montgomery Montgomery Compliance Law PLLC, Founder
Bernard Bell Miller Friel, PLLC, Partner
Program Level: Beginner
Duration: 60 minutes
Delivery Date: July 6, 2018
Release Date: May 29, 2019
This course is designed for the in-house attorney who does not regularly advice their client on risk management and insurance coverage issues. Whether confronting unexpected losses to company property, learning of a dispute that has arisen with a customer or vendor, receiving a subpoena or investigative demand from a governmental entity, or having a complaint naming the company as a defendant served, insurance often comes into the picture. This course will describe the difference between first-party and third-party insurance, explain basic features of each type of insurance, cover basic insurance policy components and terms, identify specialty insurance that should be considered, and offer helpful practice pointers for in-house counsel when they encounter situations where insurance coverage might be relevant, should be considered, and steps they can take taken to enhance and protect possible coverage.
At the end of this session/webinar, participants will be able to:
– Mins 1-5: Introduction
– Mins 5-15: Topic 1 – First-party and third-party (liability) insurance
– Mins 16-35: Topic 2 – Characteristics of liability insurance / policies
This program is currently available for general credit in the following states:
*In Hawaii and New Jersey, we rely on their reciprocity policies pursuant to which our programs are deemed accredited once they are approved in the various reciprocity states where we apply such as California, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas.
For information on attendance reporting, please refer to the CLE Info page.