Short-term Rentals from Airbnb to VRBO
Comfort Hotel & Conference Center, 3020 Blanshard St, Victoria, BC, V8T 5C7
Date and Time: January 20, 2017 1:00pm - 3:45pm
The sharing economy is continually stretching the way we live our lives, and the short term rental industry is no exception. Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO are just a few of the hosting services available today. Join our legal experts as they discuss some of the current legal issues and concerns all insurance professionals must be aware of.
- Identify coverages and exclusions in a homeowners policy for short term rentals
- Discuss property and liability coverages provided by hosting services
- Explain the relationship between a homeowners policy and the hosting services coverages
- Examine strategies that the insurance industry can implement to deal with these risk exposures
Satinder Sidhu, , Partner, Clark Wilson LLP
Satinder represents clients in a variety of
insurance related matters including liability defence, property subrogation and
coverage advice. She specializes in construction-related claims, fire loss,
environmental contamination and traumatic injury claims. Satinder appears as
counsel in all levels of court and has extensive experience representing clients
in mediation. She regularly writes and speaks on insurance and construction
related topics and is also a member of the Canadian Bar Association Construction
and Insurance Sub-Sections and Canadian Defence Lawyers Association.
Raman Johal, , Partner, Clark Wilson LLP
Raman specializes in liability, property and coverage related issues under commercial liability, motor vehicle and home owners policies. She is the past Chair of the CBA BC Insurance Group Subsection, a member of the Insurance Bureau of Canada's P&C Decision Panel, and contributes to Clark Wilson's Insurable Interest newsletter. She is fluent in French and Punjabi and has attended in all levels of BC Courts and actively participates in mediations.
Number of Continuing
Education Credits: 2.5
Seminar Fees (incl GST):
$150 IIBC Current Members
$230 Non-Members (includes
Membership expiring May 31, 2017
The price for this half-day seminar includes coffee service and light
If you have any questions please contact Donna
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.
* For manual registration please download and complete
REGISTRATION FORM [PDF]
and return it via
email to Donna Salahor
ARE BEFORE TAX.
Non-members: IIBC Membership Fee of $80
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