BC New Home Warranty Claims: 20 Years of Observations & Learnings Webinar (PDT)

Webinar

Insurance Institute of BC, BC [Carte]
Date and Time: juin 29, 2022 9:00am - 11:15am PDT

WEBINAR | BUILDING | TECHNICAL 

BC New home warranty insurance is one of the strongest construction defect insurance coverages in Canada.  Understanding the purpose of this product will help clarify how it interplays with other insurance policies.  Gain insight on the role of the warranty provider as a litigant both in defending first party claims and in prosecuting recovery actions.

WEBINAR OBJECTIVES
• Overview of the Warranty Claims process  
• Review the role of the Warranty provider as a litigant  
• Explore the interplay between Warranty and other insurance policies
• Discuss various claims scenarios   

WEBINAR PRESENTERS

Alexandre Maltas, Director - Whitelaw Twining Law Corp.
Alex joined Whitelaw Twining in 2007 and has broad experience before all levels of the British Columbia courts.  Alex's practice focuses on construction, commercial and professional liablity matters. In addition, he has particular expertise in construction insurance, warranty and surety related matters.

May Mehrabi, Senior Associate - Whitelaw Twining Law Corp.   
May began her career at Whitelaw Twining in 2013.  She has appeared on behalf of clients at all levels of courts in British Columbia.  May practices in the area of general insurance litigation with a focus on construction and professional liability matters.  She has extensive experience dealing with new home warranty litigation on both the defence and recovery sides. 

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Number of Continuing Education Credits: 2 Technical CE Credit (BC)
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Registration Deadline: Tuesday June 28, 2022

Fees: Include GST. Insurance Institute membership required

$75 IIBC Member
+$90 Insurance Institute membership for New Member (membership exp May 31, 2023 )

Corporate Rate: $65 per attendee for groups of 6 or more (membership is additional for new members).  To register with a corporate rate, please contact Donna at dsalahor@insuranceinstitute.ca

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QUESTIONS?
Donna Salahor, CIP
Education and Events Coordinator - Vancouver Island
Insurance Institute of BC
E: dsalahor@insuranceinstitute.ca

T: 250.216.9393 

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Description des frais Montant
IIBC Member $71.43
New Member (+90 membership applied at check out) $71.43