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Christopher M. Ramey

Damage By Multiple Perils

Christopher M. Ramey, JD, Partner, Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig
Brandon L. Sipple, Esq., VP, Coverage Director, Chubb

  • Identify common losses involving multiple causes of loss and their associated exclusions
  • Examine coverage nuances, including the efficient proximate cause and concurrent cause doctrines where applicable
  • Evaluate potential changes in policy language due to recent case law and assess potential effects of such changes
  • Ed Rensink

    Building Code Issues: Residential Losses & ICC Developments

    Craig Burgess, State Building Commissioner, IN Dept. of Homeland Security
    Wes Jordan, Engineer, Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.
    Ed Rensink, Principal, RTM Consultants, Inc.

  • Please provide learning objectives. Thank you.
  • Glenn Ricciardelli

    Manufacturing BI Claims: Mitigation With or Without Extra Expense

    James Chin, JD, Shareholder, Carlton Fields
    Glenn Ricciardelli, Partner, MDD Forensic Accountants
    Joe Slane, Executive Vice President, Engle Martin & Associates

  • Describe issues encountered when adjusting Business Income losses involving manufacturing concerns, including the numerous opportunities for mitigating the loss
  • Review fundamental ISO policy elements of Business Income with and without Extra Expense, including period of restoration, due diligence & dispatch, obligation to mitigate, etc.
  • Evaluate accounting procedures in measuring Extra Expense and Expense to Reduce losses, including variable vs. fixed, continuing and non-continuing costs with manufacturing concerns
  • Review recent legal decisions from state and federal courts applicable to the terms and conditions of time element insurance policies
  • Andy Rock

    Mediation Techniques that Work

    Andy Rock, JD, Partner, The Rock Law Group, P.A.

  • Identify the qualities of a successful mediation
  • Evaluate strategies for mediation preparation
  • Describe persuasive presentation techniques to achieve success
  • Review ways to conclude mediation with enforceable settlement agreements
  • Meghan E. Ruesch

    Social Media Liability Exposures & Coverage

    Kevin T. Merriman, JD, Partner, Ward Greenberg Heller & Reidy
    Richard Nouza, JD, Home Office Claims Manager, Central Insurance Companies
    Meghan E. Ruesch, JD, Associate Attorney, Lewis Wagner, LLP
    Christine A. Sullivan, CPCU, President, CAS Consulting, LLC

  • Examine liability exposures and coverage for cyberbullying and other conduct arising out of social media use
  • Explore present and emerging causes of action enhanced or generated by social media use
  • Assess coverage issues under personal and commercial liability policies for social media-related claims
  • Michael T. Ryan

    Homeowner Conundrums: Issues & Analysis

    John McLaughlin, AVP-Claims, Narragansett Bay Insurance
    Michael T. Ryan, JD, Partner, Merry, Farnen & Ryan, P.C.

  • Evaluate residency and determine who is an insured
  • Decide who has an insurable interest and can bring a claim
  • Identify who should be named on an insurance proceeds check, including mortgagee, loss payee, lien holder, etc.
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