CORONAVIRUS: WHAT ARE THE INSURANCE IMPLICATIONS ARISING FROM A WORLD HEALTH CRISIS?
Although this is a FREE Webinar, registration is required. Connection details to follow shortly.
Friday, April 3 , 2020
3:00 – 4:00 pm EST
This presentation will address potential insurance coverage issues arising from the current coronavirus outbreak. It will address the modern history of pandemics and their threat to humanity, the origins and current status or coronavirus and the insurance implications arising from coronavirus under commercial property policies, general liability insurance, life insurance, errors & omissions insurance, and directors & officer insurance.
THIS WEBINAR HAS BEEN ARRANGED IN COLLABORATION WITH OUR FRIENDS AT BRMA AND WE THANK WILSON ELSER AND BRMA FOR BRINGING THIS TO OUR MEMBERSHIP AND THE INDUSTRY
Paul White, Partner
Paul White is a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles, California office and focuses his practice on complex insurance coverage and bad faith litigation and represents defendants in commercial litigation. His insurance coverage practice includes advising and representing insurers in bad faith litigation and insurance policy disputes, including first-party property policies, general liability coverage, errors and omissions insurance, and media liability insurance. He also advises and represents insurers in subrogation actions on property losses. In addition, he has litigated and arbitrated disputes throughout the United States involving domestic and foreign insurance agents and brokers in all lines of coverage. He has broad experience in the business practices of all types of insurance intermediaries, including brokers at every level in the broking process, from producers to managing general agents to London Market brokers.
In his litigation practice, Paul focuses on commercial business litigation, including professional liability actions brought against insurance agents and brokers. In addition to his insurance practice, Paul advises entertainment and technology companies on the management of intellectual property risks.
He is admitted to the Bar in California and to the Supreme Court of the United States and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.
NOTE: The Capacity of this Webinar is 500 callers. If we exceed that number, this Webinar will be repeated in the not too distant future. Registration and call-in/ connection details to follow.
Registration Fee: FREE