Pandemic Business Interruption Ins: Current Domestic and International Case Law - Webinar (AST)

Insurance Institute of Nova Scotia

CIP Society Webinar, NS [Carte]
Date and Time: février 08, 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Atlantic

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Please register with your local Institute: IIO-HN, IIO-GTA, IIS, IINB

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.

Moderator:
Edona Vila, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Speakers:
Amy Churan, Partner, Robins Kaplan
Tom Davison, Partner, DAC Beachcroft Claims Ltd
Doug Smith, Partner, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

CE CREDITS:
1 CE Credit is available for the following provinces only:
Alberta (#58717)
British Columbia
Manitoba (#37530)
Saskatchewan

GROUP RATE:
10% reduction on each registration fee for groups of 6 or more, based on membership status. Contact
jhutchings@insuranceinstitute.ca or 902-433-0070 to register with the reduced rate.

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Jessica Hutchings, CIP
Atlantic Education Manager
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