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1:00 PM EST - Since March of 2020, the COVID 19 pandemic has had a significant impact on all aspects of daily life in the US; a return to a traditional workspace and schools, going out to a movie or dinner; and elective medical treatment all come with new meaning and procedures.Register - Today!
I am delighted to welcome you to the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section! TIPS is a unique, diverse organization that links plaintiff and defense attorneys with corporate, in-house counsel and insurers, all eager to maintain and improve the American civil justice system.Read - More
Kayla J. Venckauskas - In an unprecedented move this past August, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service expanded hunting and fishing on public lands to cover more than 2.3 million acres at 147 national wildlife refuges and national fish hatcheries.1 This expansion is the single largest by the agency in history2 and a continuation of the current administration’s push to roll back hunting and fishing regulations on public lands. Since 2017, the federal government has been working to repeal protections on federal lands in Alaska and to expand hunting territory.3 Recreational hunting and fishing is a huge industry,4 and the press release for this expansion shows support by organizations such as the NRA, multiple sport hunting organizations, and U.S. Senators and Representatives from states where hunting is prevalent.5 The Interior Secretary has acknowledged the President’s commitment to expanding public recreational access on public lands.6 -- Read More in the Insurance Animal Law Committee Newsletter --
Practice Forward was created to provide practical tools, insight and guidance for lawyers, law students and legal professionals as they move their practice and careers forward amid the pandemic and in the longer-term, as the practice of law undergoes significant change.Learn - More!
COVID-19 has left more than 54 million Americans facing food insecurity and hunger. That’s 1 in 6 people in our country. 18 million of those are children. ABA TIPS has decided to work with Feeding America to take COVID-19 to (food) court. We are determined to secure a conviction: a conviction to raise $25,000 between November 1, 2020 through December 20, 2020.Learn - More
The Honorable Bernice B. Donald, circuit judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, was the recipient of the inaugural Lifetime Liberty Achievement Award on September 16, 2020. Watch as Judge Donald accepts the award and shares a few words of wisdom and inspiration.Watch - Video
The Brief is the section's quarterly magazine for lawyers practicing tort and insurance law, full of practical articles that appeal to all members.
Whether you are brushing up on an old topic or tackling a new area of practice, we have the information you need. The TIPS library is your source for the practical, how-to advice you need to take your next step. Our bookshelves are stocked with a wealth of information to guide you through your practice and your career. As an added bonus, your membership in the section entitles you to a discount on every TIPS publication.
The TIPS Committee on Diversity and Inclusion in the Profession promotes the involvement of attorneys of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, women attorneys, attorneys with disabilities and LGBT attorneys into the membership and leadership of the Section.
The TIPS Committees on Diversity and Inclusion, Law in Public Service and Staff Counsel co-sponsor the middle school outreach initiative, A Day in the Life of an Attorney, targeting underrepresented communities during the TIPS Fall Leadership and Section Conference meetings. The program aims at introducing kids to careers in the legal profession early in their education.