IMPLICATIONS OF REVIVER STATUTES FOR CASUALTY MARKETS
July 29, 2020 12:00 Noon – 1.00 p.m. ♦ Powered by Zoom
This latest webinar will be presented by Robert W. DiUbaldo, a Shareholder of the firm of Carlton Fields P.A., and who is an acknowledged expert in this area. He will update us on the absolute current situation in this rapidly developing area.
The emergence in recent years of so-called “reviver statutes” reopens and extends the period under which claims alleging sexual abuse, molestation or assault may be brought against perpetrators and the institutions or entities that employed, supervised, retained or harbored them. As a result of certain states passing reviver legislation, thousands of claims previously barred by statutes of limitations have now been resurrected against insured entities and/or individuals. The surge of previously time-barred tort claims presents significant new exposure for various classes of insureds and long-expired insurance policies and reinsurance agreements.
These developments are of particular interest to insurers/reinsurers/financial entities including those with legacy long-tail liabilities. The webinar should be of particular interest to claims, legal, actuarial, underwriting and financial professionals.
IRUA corporate member professionals – $75
IRUA Individual Members (not associated with an IRUA member company)- $75
Non-IRUA member professionals – $95
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