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    DISASTERS: THE EMERGING D&O, E&O AND CORPORATE RISKS: What you need to know, and how to manage, mitigate and resolve those risks

    Fordham University School of Law, 12:30 PM EST

    The program is proud to present distinguished panelists who have dealt first hand in these arenas and will provide pragmatic discussions and take-aways for preparation, response and resolution of disasters. The panelists include corporate Directors of Risk Management, Mediators, Retired Judges, Insurer Broker In-House Litigation Claims Counsel, and Highly Experienced Counsel and Consultants. The focus will be on actual considerations, skills and take-aways for preventative preparation, response and resolution of disasters.
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    Both manmade (cyber, oil spills, explosions) and natural disasters (fires, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes) are happening at an increasing pace in the US and around the World. With the acceleration of the pace of climate change and the interconnectivity of literally everything, not only will disasters be more likely to occur, they are expected to increase in both geographic scope and severity.  This is a problem for everyone, everywhere, and we’ve all been put on notice.  Moreover, these events have and will continue to have both a direct and increasingly powerful impact to the bottom line of businesses and insurance companies, and the ability of courts to resolve the resulting flood of litigation.  As these incidents increase in frequency and severity, so too does the potential risk to board members, executives, insurers, brokers and resolution specialists who must all work to stay ahead of the preventative and responsive disaster curves. The program is proud to present distinguished panelists who have dealt first hand in these arenas and will provide pragmatic discussions and take-aways with regard to the E&O and D&O risks presented, the insurance coverage concerns you need to be aware of, and how to plan for, respond to, and resolve same.  Comprising corporate Directors of Risk Management, Mediators, Retired Judges, Senior Insurer & Broker In-House Litigation & Claims Counsel, and Highly Experienced Counsel and Consultants, the panels will feature interactive presentations providing practical advice on what can and should be done to address these risks and concerns, what corporate officers and directors need to be doing right now, and what can be done to effectively deal with and resolve disaster related claims as they arise.

    Presented by: The ABA's Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS), Committees on Dispute Resolution and Professional Liability Insurance.  Co-sponsored by Fordham Law School, which has generously donated space for this event, ABACLE and the Professional Liability Defense Federation.

     

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    In-Person

    Date

    Feb 05, 2019

    2019-02-05T12:30:00.000Z 2019-02-05T17:00:00.000Z DISASTERS: THE EMERGING D&O, E&O AND CORPORATE RISKS: What you need to know, and how to manage, mitigate and resolve those risks The program is proud to present distinguished panelists who have dealt first hand in these arenas and will provide pragmatic discussions and take-aways for preparation, response and resolution of disasters. The panelists include corporate Directors of Risk Management, Mediators, Retired Judges, Insurer Broker In-House Litigation Claims Counsel, and Highly Experienced Counsel and Consultants. The focus will be on actual considerations, skills and take-aways for preventative preparation, response and resolution of disasters. Fordham University School of Law

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    The ABA will seek 3.00 CLE credit hours in 60-minute-hour states, and 3.60 credit hours of CLE credit for this program in 50-minute states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.

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