Considerations for Insurers: ALI Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance

Considerations for Insurers: ALI Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance

Jun 25, 2018

The ALI Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance project recently received approval of ALI membership and an official text will be prepared for publication. Learn what this means in terms of the current status of the project. Find out when insurers and those that represent them should expect to see citations to the Restatement. Attend this timely program to understand what some of the key problem areas are in the final project and what insurers should be doing in response to the Restatement now.

What You Will Learn

  • The Status of the ALI Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance
  • The Problem Areas/Flash Points in the Restatement
  • When We're Likely To See Citations To The Restatement, and How Will The Courts Respond
  • What Should Insurers Be Doing Now>

Who Should Attend

  • Insurance and reinsurance In-house personnel, including legal personnel, claim handlers, underwriters.
  • Insurance coverage and defense counsel, including staff counsel and outside counsel.
Package Dates Price
Considerations for Insurers: ALI Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance - Members Jun 25, 2018 Standard: $150.00
Considerations for Insurers: ALI Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance - Non-Members Jun 25, 2018 Standard: $180.00
Trump This—Recent Developments with the Attorney-Client Privilege

Trump This—Recent Developments with the Attorney-Client Privilege

Jun 27, 2018

With roots dating to 1577, many consider the attorney-client privilege as the oldest evidentiary privilege. Despite its age, the privilege continues to evolve. This presentation will cover recent developments in the privilege field, including waiver issues, internal investigations, attorney sanctions, litigation financing, and the many privilege issues surrounding the Trump Administration.

What You Will Learn

  • Preventing Privilege Waiver
  • Responding to law-enforcement seizure of privileged material
  • Avoiding lawyer depositions
  • Adhering to ethical rules of confidentiality

Who Should Attend

  • Defense Lawyers
  • Lawyers handling internal investigations
  • In-House counsel
Package Dates Price
Trump This—Recent Developments with the Attorney-Client Privilege - Members Jun 27, 2018 Standard: $150.00
Trump This—Recent Developments with the Attorney-Client Privilege - Non-Members Jun 27, 2018 Standard: $180.00
MSP – You Think You Have it Figured Out, But What About Parts C and D?  – What You Don’t Know, Will Hurt You

MSP – You Think You Have it Figured Out, But What About Parts C and D? – What You Don’t Know, Will Hurt You

Jun 28, 2018

MSP Reporting and Reimbursement strategies for Medicare Part A and Part B are well understood and we know what to do. But, the rights of Medicare Part C and Part D plans to reimbursement are actively being litigated around the country. This webcast will help you appreciate the current understanding of the legal rights of Medicare Part C and Part D plans and what you need to do to protect your company’s or your client’s interest when it comes to these plans.

What You Will Learn

  • The current legal framework for reimbursement rights / obligations for Medicare Part C and Part D plans.
  • How to determine if there is a Medicare Part C or Part D Plan involved.
  • How to determine what may be owed to a Medicare Part C or Part D plan.
  • Best practices for handling claims involving Medicare beneficiaries and reimbursement obligations related to those claims.

Who Should Attend

  • Defense counsel defending claims involving Medicare enrolled beneficiaries
  • In-house counsel and insurance claims professionals
  • Risk managers, TPAs, and self-insured claims managers
Package Dates Price
MSP – You Think You Have it Figured Out, But What About Parts C and D? – What You Don’t Know, Will Hurt You - Members Jun 28, 2018 Standard: $150.00
MSP – You Think You Have it Figured Out, But What About Parts C and D? – What You Don’t Know, Will Hurt You - Non-members Jun 28, 2018 Standard: $180.00
Closing Arguments: The Last Bastion Against A Bad Verdict

Closing Arguments: The Last Bastion Against A Bad Verdict

Jul 10, 2018

Closing arguments are a defense lawyer’s last best chance to try to win over plaintiff-friendly jurors. But far more importantly, closing arguments are the defense lawyer’s best opportunity to arm defense-friendly jurors with the evidence, instructions, and arguments that demand a defense verdict. This webinar will discuss best practices for closing arguments, including content preparation and presentation. It will also discuss using legal issues as a sword during the plaintiff’s closing arguments and how to defend against common legal arguments.

What You Will Learn

  • A proven strategy for developing closing argument content
  • Presentation techniques, including technology and low-tech options
  • How to develop a successful objection strategy
  • Common legal issues that you should be prepared to handle either before or during your closing argument

Who Should Attend

  • Trial lawyers
  • Young lawyers who want to become trial lawyers
  • Appellate and legal issues lawyers who support trial teams either during or after trial
  • Trial consultants who assist trial counsel with closing arguments
Package Dates Price
Closing Arguments: The Last Bastion Against A Bad Verdict - Members Jul 10, 2018 Standard: $150.00
Closing Arguments: The Last Bastion Against A Bad Verdict - Non-Members Jul 10, 2018 Standard: $180.00