Top Cases & Industry Developments 2013-2014

PROedge Seminar

UBC Robson Sq, 800 Robson St, Vancouver, BC, V6Z 3B7 [Map]
Date and Time: September 09, 2014 8:45 a.m. - 12 p.m. PST

Join us for this engaging seminar detailing the top cases and industry developments in P&C insurance over the past year. This seminar is suitable for adjusters, examiners, claims supervisors, third party administrators, brokers, and underwriters.

Learning Outcomes:

  • You will have a clear understanding of the latest legal developments in P&C insurance
  • You will be able to discuss new cases and updates with confidence

Seminar Topics:

  • Legislative update
  • Further recent changes
  • Arson and insurance
  • Duty to defend
  • Ownership, use or operation of motorized vehicles
  • Errors & omissions update
  • ACV versus replacement cost
  • Reasonable expectations doctrine
  • Waiver
  • Seminar Presenters

    Samantha Ip, Partner, Clark Wilson LLP is the Chair of the Insurance Group, and represents insurers located in Canada, the U.S. and in the London market. Samantha is counsel on coverage matters, bad faith claims, complex liability and multi-party litigation. She is the supervising lawyer for an insurer, and serves as the contact partner for a number of underwriters. Samantha is a regular speaker at seminars.

    Larry Munn, Partner, ClarkWilson LLP is Chair of the Privacy Law Group. He is also a member of the Business Litigation, Higher Learning, Intellectual Property and Insurance Groups. His practice focuses on administrative and regulatory issues and complex litigation. He is counsel to the Insurance Bureau of Canada and appears before the British Columbia Utilities Commission in respect of the ICBC rates and regulation.

    Glen Boswall, Partner, Clark Wilson LLP is a member of the Litigation, Insurance, and Construction & Procurement Group. He has 25 years’ experience in insurance matters and specializes in coverage, defence and subrogation and regularly writes and speaks on insurance and construction topics. He has successfully taken many cases through court, and is equally adept at negotiation, mediation and alternative dispute resolution.

    Carmen Tham, Associate, Clark Wilson LLP is an associate with the firm’s Insurance and Infrastructure, Construction & Procurement Groups. Carmen’s practice focuses primarily on insurance, construction, professional negligence, product liability, occupier’s liability, motor vehicle accident and personal injury law. Carmen has particular expertise in defending consultants (architects, engineers, construction managers, project managers) in a variety of construction related claims.

    David Buxton-Forman, Associate, Clark Wilson LLP is an associate with the firm’s Insurance and Infrastructure, Construction & Procurement Groups. David assists the firm's clients on a broad range of litigation matters, with a focus on construction-related matters and insurance defense. David handles general liability and professional E&O defense assignments, in addition to providing coverage advice.

    Raman Johal, Associate, Clark Wilson LLP handles a wide variety of liability, property and coverage related claims under commercial liability, motor vehicle and homeowner policies. She is the Vice Chair of the CBA, BC Insurance subsection, a member of the Insurance Bureau of Canada P&C Decision Panel, presents regularly to the Insurance Institute of British Columbia and contributes to Clark Wilson's Insurable Interest newsletter.

    Continuing Education Credits: 3 Technical

    Registration Deadline Extended: Friday, September 5th 

    For manual registration, please download and complete our Manual Registration Form and return it via email to Ayla Collins

    If you have any questions or want to register a group, please contact  Ayla Collins at 604.681.5491 ext.21 | 1.888.681.5491

    Cancellation Policy: No Refunds. Participant substitutions accepted 48 hours prior to seminar (substitute must be current member). IIBC reserves the right to cancel the seminar due to unforeseen circumstances. Should this occur, registration fees will be refunded.