E&O and D&O Insurance: Wrongful Acts & Loss
CIP Society Seminar
UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson Street, Theatre, Vancouver, BC, V6Z 3B7
Date and Time: October 08, 2019 8:45am - 12:00pm PST
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Liability insurance for professionals (E&O), and directors and officers (D&O) is structured and operates differently from typical general liability insurance. This seminar will explore legal issues affecting both underwriting and claims, including the border between CGL and E&O coverages in the construction context; key drivers for E&O and D&O claims; control of the defence and allocation of defence costs; and a review of recent cases of note.
Review key concepts of claims made and reported liability policies such as wrongful acts, loss, claims, conditions precedent, and notice applicable to both E&O and D&O policies
Outline extent of coverage for "professional services" under CGL and E&O policies for contractors and consultants
Discuss professionals' contractual limitations of liability and aggregation clauses
Discuss directors' liability for emerging risks including cyber and marijuana
Provide a summary of key trends and legal developments affecting E&O and D&O insurance
Brian Rhodes, Partner - Dolden Wallace Folick LLP
Brian practices insurance law exclusively. Brian's practice has a particular emphasis on construction law, professional liability, and product liability. He has appeared as counsel at all levels of court in British Columbia and Alberta, as well as the Ontario Superior Court and the Supreme Court of Yukon.
Paul Dawson, Associate - Dolden Wallace Folick LLP
Paul has been practicing law since 2001. He advises insurers on coverage, representing them in coverage proceedings, and assists with drafting and revising policy wordings. Paul has particular expertise in cyber liability and privacy-related claims. He defends insureds under general liability (CGL), errors and omissions (E&O), directors and officers (D&O), and other specialty lines of liability insurance.
Number of Continuing Education
Credits: 3 Technical
Please be aware
that tardy arrival or early departure to/from the seminar will preclude IIBC
from issuing a CE certificate for this seminar.
Registration Deadline: Friday, October 4, 2019
Fees: The price for
this seminar includes coffee service, light breakfast snacks and GST.
$125 CIP Society Members (Graduates)
+$80 Non-Members - IIBC Membership Fee of $80 (expiring May 31, 2020)
$115 per attendee for corporate
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Cancellation Policy: No
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