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Building Code Coverage in the 21st Century

State Approved CE Credits: FL TX

Tuesday 8:00 - 9:30
Wednesday 10:30 - 12:00

William A. Schneider, JD, Partner, Morrison Mahoney LLP
Renee W. Shaw, AIC AIM, Litigation Claim Manager, American National P&C Group

  • Review of ordinance or law provisions in commercial and personal lines policies
  • Describe issues giving rise to ordinance or law coverage disputes
  • Analyze modern judicial trends and resolution of litigated code coverage disputes
  • Identify strategies to effectively resolve ordinance or law coverage disputes
  • Damage By Multiple Perils

    State Approved CE Credits:FL TX

    Tuesday 10:30 - 11:30
    Wednesday 8:30 - 9:30

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

  • Identify multiple causes of loss and 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
  • Diminution in Value, Cosmetic Damage & Matching

    State Approved CE Credits:FL NH TX

    Monday 3:30 - 4:30
    Tuesday 1:30 - 2:30

    Anthony Antonellis, JD, Attorney, Sloane and Walsh, LLP
    Sarah C. Huber, CPCU, Associate Examiner, Amica Mutual Group

  • Identify diminution in value and cosmetic damage issues in residential and commercial property losses
  • Evaluate the policy language upon which proponents maintain a basis for coverage and provide examples of policy language directly limiting coverage for diminution in value and cosmetic damage claims
  • Describe recent developments in case law throughout the nation
  • Outline recent trends and distinctions amongst different jurisdictions
  • Electronic Data Coverage Issues

    State Approved CE Credits:FL TX

    Monday 10:30 - 12:00
    Tuesday 3:30 - 5:00

    Chad Dannewitz, Sr. Property Supervisor, EMC Insurance Companies
    Sean O'Brien, JD, Shareholder, Bradshaw Fowler Proctor et al

  • Identify common electronic data and e-commerce exposures
  • Describe the coverage provisions, exclusions, and endorsements that may apply to electronic data losses
  • Examine how courts have applied the direct physical loss requirement in the context of electronic data claims
  • Determine how to value loss of electronic data
  • Homeowner Conundrums: Issues & Analysis

    State Approved CE Credits:FL OK TX

    Monday 1:30 - 3:00
    Tuesday 3:30 - 5:00

    John McLaughlin, AIC, AVP-Claims, Narragansett Bay Insurance
    Michael T. Ryan, 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.
  • Misrepresentations: Coverage Considerations

    State Approved CE Credits:FL

    Tuesday 1:30 - 3:00
    Wednesday 3:30 - 5:00

    Randall Harvill, Property Manager, CSE Insurance Group
    Richard Woolf, JD, Partner, Williams Venker & Sanders, LLC

  • Recognize fact scenarios giving rise to misrepresentations in the application and claim investigation
  • Identify coverage issues which arise when facts appear inconsistent with what was initially (or earlier) presented by the insured
  • Apply coverage principles to various fact scenarios to better address apparent misrepresentations in an application and claim
  • Property Case Law Developments 2017

    State Approved CE Credits:FL OK TX

    Monday 1:30 - 5:00
    Wednesday 8:30 - 12:00

    Janet L. Brown, JD CPCU, Attorney, JLB Attorney at Law
    James A. Kitces, JD, Partner, Robins Kaplan LLP
    Wayne Taylor, JD, Attorney, Mozley Finlayson & Loggins LLP

  • Review current trends and improve your ability to forecast court decisions
  • Identify current issues and concerns in the property insurance field
  • Use reasoning skills to apply policy provisions to factual scenarios
  • Share viewpoints with other claims professionals and attorneys from around the country on property insurance issues
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    Opportunity to network with other professionals and discuss relevant topics of the day.


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