Pandemic Business Interruption Insurance: Current domestic and international case law- Webinar (AST)
Date and Time: February 08, 2022 11 am - 12:00 p.m Atlantic
The pandemic sent many businesses
into a tailspin and generated a lot of questions and even initiated a number of
class actions on coverage.
Join us for a dynamic plenary discussion as to the state
of COVID-19 business interruption case law in Canada and two common law
jurisdictions: the United Kingdom and the United States of America.
The panel discussion will cover the following:
- Status of the developing case law on COVID-19 business interruption claims
in Canada and internationally and key jurisdictional trends; and
- In the "trenches discussion": defence approaches in key decisions to-date
in each jurisdiction; and
- The litigation landscape over 2022 and beyond.
The program is designed for insurers, claims professionals,
underwriters, and brokers.
Edona Vila, Partner, Borden
Ladner Gervais LLP
Amy Churan, Partner, Robins
Tom Davison, Partner,
DAC Beachcroft Claims Ltd
Glenn Zakaib, Partner, National Co-Chair Class
Actions Group, Borden Ladner Gervais
CE Credit: 1
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