Business Interruption Claims: A Canadian and International Key Jurisprudence Trends - Webinar AST

Date and Time: October 06, 2021 11:00 - 12:00 p.m Atlantic

Please register with your local Institute:  IIO-HN  IIO-GTA IINS IISK

Join us for a dynamic cross-jurisdictional perspective as to the state of COVID-19 business interruption jurisprudence in Canada and two common law jurisdictions: the United Kingdom and the United States. Edona Vila, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, will be moderating this discussion with Amy Churan, Partner, Robins Kaplan and Tom Davison, Partner, DAC Beachcroft, covering international perspectives and Doug Smith, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, covering updates on the Canadian landscape.

The panel discussion will cover recent decisions and key trends in the case law across these three jurisdictions. Panelists will also speak to the status of the jurisprudence on COVID-19 business interruption claims in Canada and internationally and key jurisdictional trends.

The program is designed for insurers, claims professionals, underwriters, and brokers.

Edona Vila, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Amy Churan, Partner, Robins Kaplan
Tom Davison, Partner, DAC Beachcroft Claims Ltd
Doug Smith, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

CE Credit: 1 hour (pending)

- Prices below are for Members. Fees noted below do not include hst.
- Non-members and renewing members the Membership fee will be added to your cart.
- Sorry, no refunds. Credit notes issued only with 48 hour written notice
- In accordance with Provincial regulator's guidelines, in order to be eligible for CE hours, you must be logged in with for the entire duration of the session. Partial hours cannot be issued.
- FOR GROUP RATES OF 3 OR MORE, or If you need assistance with registration, email

24 hours prior to the webinar, all registrants will receive an e-mail providing the direct link to the Webinar. This link is unique to you and is tied to your name. It cannot be shared or transferred to others. This personalized link must be used when you log in to the webinar so that your attendance can be tracked. We cannot credit CE hours if you are using a link that is not assigned to you, or if you do not attend for the full duration of the webinar.  

Please be advised that your image and voice may be captured and recorded during this virtual session for review purposes. Your participation in this virtual session is considered consent to be recorded as required by law.
It is highly recommended that you
follow our suggested best practices when participating in any virtual session.
We have taken every precaution to keep you and your information safe.
Here is what we are doing to protect all of our stakeholders.