Top Cases & Industry Developments in P&C Insurance - Webinar

CIP Society Webinar

Insurance Institute of Sask, SK [Map]
Date and Time: July 13, 2021 10:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. MST

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Stay up-to-date with current legal decisions on noteworthy cases and industry developments in P&C insurance. There will be a particular focus on the life of a claims file, from investigations to conclusion and managing risk and avoiding bad faith claims throughout. This webinar will benefit all insurance professionals, including claims adjusters, third party administrators, brokers, and underwriters.

• Review the latest legal developments in P&C insurance
• Examine investigations and claims handling to ensure privilege and avoid bad faith allegations
• Identify how to manage risk when dealing with experts
• Understand tort immunity
• Explore cases on the following topics:
   - Non-Waiver Agreements and Estoppel in Adjusting
   - Bad Faith
   - Failure to Mitigate
   - Covenants to Insure and Tort Immunity
   - Risk Management - Privilege and Experts
   - Nagy v. BCAA Insurance Corporation, 2020 BCCA 270
• Restore your faith in insurance and provide hope with a couple of "insurance wins":
   - Social Host Liability: McCormick v. Plambeck, 2020 BCSC 881
   - Occupiers Liability (amateur sports)

Clark Wilson LLP is a business law firm with practitioners specializing in a number of industries. The Insurance Group provides advice to insurers, managing general agents, and brokers on a variety of matters. We provide coverage advice on CGL , E&O and homeowners policies, and we regularly act counsel on coverage disputes and bad faith claims. We have particularly coverage expertise on construction insurance, including COC and Builders Risk policies. We also assist insurers with development of insurance products drafting of policy wording. We are defence counsel on a variety of liability assignments, including multi-party, construction, fire, occupiers liability, catastrophic personal injury, complex liability and professional liability claims. In addition to coverage and defence work, we also advise insurance clients on regulatory matters including licensing and compliance issues with federal and provincial regulators, financial reporting, filings. Finally, as a business law firm, we assist insurers with their corporate needs as well as issues relating to privacy and intellectual property.

Raman Johal, Partner
Samantha Ip, Partner
Satinder Sidhu, Partner
Brian Poston, Partner
Erin Barnes, Associate
Sean Tessarolo, Associate
Debbie Preston, Associate
Denny Chung, Associate

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Number of Continuing Education Credits:  2 Technical CE Credit
Please be aware that tardy log-in or early log-out to/from the webinar will preclude IISK from issuing a CE certificate for this education session.
* If you require CE credits for licensing renewal requirements in provinces other than Saskatchewan, please check with you provincial licensing regulator for validity.  

Registration Deadline: Monday, July 12, 2021

Fees: Include GST. Insurance Institute membership required

$69 CIP Society Member
$79 IISK Member
+$85 Insurance Institute membership for New Member (membership exp May 31, 2022 , please contact the Insurance Institute of Saskatchewan to register)

Corporate Rate: $60 per attendee for groups of 6 or more (membership is additional for non-members).  To register with a corporate rate, please contact .

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