2018 Law School for Insurance Professionals
November 7, 2018 (Wednesday)
8:55am-4:30pm (Registration starting at 8:30am)
New York State Bar Association
One Elk Street, Albany, NY
Can't attend in person? For the first time, Law School for Insurance Professionals is available online on demand! Rather than being held at multiple locations, LSIP will take place in Albany only, with a video recording available online following the program date. Buy a pre-sale copy of the recording by October 18th and save! Learn more and buy pre-sale recording >
NYSBA Torts, Insurance and Compensation Law Section
New York Insurance Association
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Group rate (5 or more from the same company): $95 each (send company name, contact details, and list of attendee names to TICLSection@nysba.org for registration)
10% discount for TICL Section members, and New York Insurance Association members ($94.50 individual, $85.50 group rate)
Register online or by phone: (800) 582-2452 (M-F, 8:45am-4:45pm), event code TICLIPAL18.
Thank you to our program sponsors!
Legal Copy Services
The IMA Group
Trauma Expert Services
Sponsor opportunities still available!
Join insurance industry professionals and their counsel for a unique program involving direct interaction between some of New York’s top insurance and defense attorneys and the industry they serve. Attend to receive insights and updates on current legal issues that the savvy insurance professional won’t want to miss! Law School for Insurance Professionals is a full-day seminar where coverage and defense attorneys share their knowledge and experience with insurance professionals from around the State.
This course does not carry MCLE or CE credit. Attendees at the live presentation in Albany will receive a certificate of attendance.
- Additional Insured Coverage: Shifting The Risk With Contracts And Endorsement
- Auto: Impact of Court of Appeals Decision in Rodriguez v. City of New York -- Who is responsible and how to handle Uber/Lyft and personal auto policy claim
- Claims Investigation: When, Why and How Should You?
- Dealing With Data Breach, Business Interruption And Privacy Claims
- Primary vs. Excess Insurers: Friends or Foes?
- Workers Compensation: Compensability Issues Arising Out Of MVAs
- Recovery And Reimbursement: How Do I Do That?
Joanna M. Roberto, Esq. (Gerber Ciano Kelly Brady LLP, New York, NY), TICL CLE Committee Co-Chair
Elizabeth A. Fitzpatrick, Esq. (Island Companies, Calverton, NY), TICL CLE Committee Co-Chair
Dirk Marschhausen, Esq. (Marschhausen & Fitzpatrick PC, Hicksville, NY), Local Program Chair
Agenda and Speakers
8:30-8:55am | Registration
8:55-9:00am | Welcome and Introductions
9:00-9:55am | Additional Insured Coverage: Shifting The Risk With Contracts And Endorsements
Laurie A. Vahey, Esq., Vahey Muldoon Reston Getz LLP (Rochester, NY)
9:55-10:45am | Dealing With Data Breach, Business Interruption and Privacy Claims
Eileen E. Buholtz, Esq., Connors, Corcoran & Buholtz, PLLC (Rochester, NY)
10:45-11:00am | Refreshment Break
11:00-11:55am | Claims Investigation: When, Why and How Should You?
Before and after litigation; impact of covered and uncovered claims
Paul J. Callahan, Esq., Brown & Kelly, LLP (Buffalo, NY)
11:55-1:00pm | Lunch (included on site)
1:00-1:50pm | Auto: Impact of Court of Appeals Decision in Rodriguez v. City of New York
Who is responsible and how to handle Uber/Lyft and personal auto policy claims
Alyssa Jordan Pantzer, Esq., Ryan & Conlon, LLP (New York, NY)
1:50-2:40pm | Primary vs. Excess Insurers: Friends or Foes?
2:40-2:50pm | Break
2:50-3:40pm | Workers Compensation: Compensability Issues Arising Out Of MVAs
John H. Snyder, Esq., Gitto & Niefer LLP (New Hartford, NY)
3:40-4:30pm | Recovery and Reimbursement: How Do I Do That?
Interaction between GOL 5-335, Statutory Liens, Medicare/Medicaid, Erisa,
Health/Disability claims for reimbursement and which are recoverable and which are not in the third party action
and why it is important in determining claim valuations.
Dirk Marschhausen, Esq., Marschhausen & Fitzpatrick PC (Hicksville, NY)
Questions? Contact TICLSection@nysba.org or call Kathy Plog at (518) 487-5681.
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