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Join Us for an Insurance Law Webinar: You're Covered, But...


Mark your calendar and join us for an insurance webinar on Tuesday, August 25 at 3 p.m. (Eastern). The Barnes & Thornburg Insurance Recovery and Counseling attorneys will provide tips to help your company get all the coverage it bargained for. The program is complimentary, and 1.5 hours of CLE credit is pending. You don’t want to miss this! robert.devetskiFull Coverage - An Insurance Agent's Duty to Advise? Robert G. Devetski, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg Absent a “special relationship,” an agent generally owes no duty to advise a policyholder about the adequacy of coverage. Here we consider factors which can create that “special relationship” and a resulting duty to advise. john.fischerYour Liability Insurer Agreed to Defend? Don't Relax Yet John Fischer, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg Getting your liability carrier to agree to defend you in a lawsuit is an important risk-management milestone; however, depending on the terms of the carrier’s acceptance, an entirely new set of issues and concerns may arise. This presentation identifies ten coverage issues that commonly arise even after a carrier agrees to defend, and suggests ways to address those issues to ensure that you get the full benefit of your policy. christopher.lynchIf One Is Exhausted, Will Another Follow? Christopher Lynch, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg Relying on policy language that purports to significantly restrict how the underlying insurance must be exhausted, excess insurers are increasingly challenging whether payments made by the underlying insurer or the insured can even count to reach the excess layer. This session will provide tips to help policyholders avoid or respond to exhaustion challenges by their excess insurers. Register here


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