TICL 2013 Law School for Insurance Professionals

Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law Section

2013 Law School for Insurance Professionals Program

Friday, October 4, 2013: New York City 
Register here for NYC session

Thursday, October 10, 2013: Long Island / Syracuse

Register here for Syracuse session

Register here for Long Island Session


Or call Patricia Johnson at (518) 487-5688

Topics of Discussion to include: 

Back to basics:  Tips for writing a great coverage position letter; does Insurance Law 3420 apply between insurers; strategic use of the declaratory judgment action; use of social media; the role of the insurance professional in bad faith litigation; so many liens – so little time and the impact of the recent Court of Appeals K2 decision on claims handling.
This year’s program will include an interactive panel discussion of case values in different venues with the assistance of a judge, moderator and with your input and participation.

Download the program brochure/registration form
Register by telephone (800) 582-2452 or secured fax (518) 463-5993.
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This course is geared towards Insurance Professionals and does not carry MCLE credit for attorneys.  A certificate of attendance will be provided to each of the attendees.  The New York State Bar Association is not an accredited provider of Continuing Education "CE" programs for Insurance Professionals; program attendees must follow up with their respective jurisdictions to obtain CE credits for participation in this course. 
Sponsored by: The New York State Bar Association Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law Section.
Questions, contact Pat Johnson (518) 487-5688, pjohnson@nysba.org 
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Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities: NYSBA welcomes participation by individuals with disabilities. NYSBA is committed to complying with all applicable laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of disability in the full and equal enjoyment of its goods, services, programs, activities, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations. To request auxiliary aids or services or if you have any questions regarding accessibility, please contact Kathy Heider at (518) 487-5500 or kheider@nysba.org.