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Faulty Construction Coverage Disputes: Current Status

Curriculum: Casualty Campus

Barbara O'Donnell, JD, Partner, Sulloway & Hollis, PLLC

  • Explain the interplay between the CGL policy's threshold insuring agreement and applicable policy exclusions
  • Survey significant recent court decisions highlighting the importance of examining the CGL policy insuring agreement's property damage and occurrence requirements
  • Scrutinize courts' approaches to the availability of coverage for Rip and Tear damages
  • Navigate coverage disputes when efforts are made by the insured to resolve faulty workmanship claims without litigation
  • Fraternity & Sorority Hazing: Liability Exposures & Coverage

    Curriculum: Casualty Campus

    Danielle N. Malaty, JD, Shareholder, Kopka Pinkus Dolin PC

  • Describe the graduated levels of duties owed by fraternities and sororities to their social guests
  • Scrutinize case law, social host statutes, and anti-hazing statutes as they apply to personal injury suits arising out of events hosted by these social organizations
  • Review applicable policy forms providing coverage and pinpoint key provisions
  • Examine effective defense strategies
  • Fraud & Technology (Please advise title)

    Curriculum: Special Investigations/Fraud

    Douglas Osborne, CFE, CIFI, FCLS, SIU Manager, Kemper Corporation
    Jennie Philip, JD, Attorney, Marshall Dennehey Warner et al

  • Please advise learning objectives. Thank you.
  • Fraud with Catastrophic Losses

    Curriculum: Special Investigations/Fraud

    Jonathan H. Colman, JD, Founding Partner, Colman Law Group
    Mike McKee, Special Agent, NICB
    Dawnde Pence, CPCU, SCLA, CIFI, Unit Manager, SIU Claims, Auto Club Enterprises Group

  • Describe how catastrophe environments can encourage insurance fraud
  • Identify various cat fraud scams and indicators with catastrophe losses
  • Devise strategies to effectively investigate and respond to potential fraud with various claims: wildfires, hurricanes and floods, etc.
  • Review fraud exposures and appropriate responses with additional living expense and fair rental value catastrophe claims

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    2019 Claims Conference information will be listed in the fall.

    Learning with and from others in our industry. A lot of great information was exchanged among attendees in the classes. interesting to hear about what others are doing and how it is working for them. I feel like it provides a perspective on common issues, insights that is difficult to gain in any other way.

    Opportunity to network with other professionals and discuss relevant topics of the day.

    PLRB remains the "gold standard" for insurance industry conferences.

    For my first time attending I really felt like I took away many helpful points to use.

    The conference was amazing and provided top notch educational opportunities, as it always does.

    The sessions I attended were relevant to my job, engaging, and well done.

    PLRB greatly appreciates the following claims service providers for their outstanding support for the 2019 Claims Conference.



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