The 2021 Insurance Law Section CLE includes topics that have emerged as a result of COVID-19, as well as other topics that continue to resurface in insurance law litigation.
Being mindful of the various ways in which the legal community has been impacted by the pandemic, this CLE aims to provide insight into emerging challenges while also keeping attendees apprised of other key insurance law issues.
Hear an explanation of business interruption and related claims presented by COVID-19 from both an insurer's and a policyholder's perspective, then receive guidance from our judiciary as they share the dos and don'ts for virtual proceedings.
A leader in the technology industry also discusses how to utilize technology for remote proceedings and during litigation.
From discovery to trial, attendees explore bad faith litigation and learn the proper analysis to determine which law applies in a case.
- Top 10 Insurance Law Decisions of 2020
- Bad Faith Cases: Preparation and Trial
- Insurance Claims Arising from COVID-19 Related Losses
- Choice of Law Issues in Insurance Cases
- Remote/Virtual Proceeding from the Judge's Perspective: Advice, Suggestions and Observations
- Remote/Virtual Proceedings: Technical Aspects, Tips and Best Practices
- Ethics in the Post-coronavirus Age: The More Things Change, the More They Remain the Same
- Psychology of Transitions
Friday, January 29, 2021
NCBA Insurance Law Section
North Carolina: 6.75 MCLE Hours
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