Other People’s Money? Learn About Additional Insured Issues And Indemnification Agreements Teleconference And CLE.
Is your company an additional insured under another company’s insurance policies? Does your company issue certificates of insurance? Do you deal with indemnity agreements? Do you know whether indemnity agreements are covered by insurance? Would you like to learn the answers to these questions? Of course you would.
You’d like to hear about this from a commercial litigator and insurance coverage attorneys, wouldn’t you?
Plus, you’d like CLE credit for listening, wouldn’t you?
Well, say no more!
If you’re looking for all of that and more, organized and hosted by my good friends at HB Litigation Conferences, please join me for the:
Date: October 12, 2011
Time: 2:00-3:40 PM, ET
CLE Credit: 1.5-2 CLE Credits
- Indemnification Agreements
- May a company be indemnified for its own negligence?
- Additional Insured Coverage
- How does a company become an additional insured?
- What is the scope of additional insured coverage?
- Who pays the deductible?
- Is there insurance coverage for contractual indemnity agreements?
- Assumption of Liability
- How does it differ from an indemnity agreement?
- Does it survive a bankruptcy?
3:30 Question and Answer Session
Timothy Delahunt, Esq., Kenney Shelton Liptak Nowak LLP, Buffalo, NY
Scott Godes, Esq., [formerly] Counsel Dickstein Shapiro LLP, Washington, DC
Adam Shienvold, Esq., Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC, Harrisburg
*This is valid for only one connection per firm/company location. Multiple attendees can listen in to the conference on that one connection for no additional charge (an additional CLE fee of $25 per additional listener will apply for those pursuing CLE credit, names required in advance). If more than one connection is used, you will be billed after the conference $169 per each additional connection used.
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