The Women in Insurance Network Regional CLE Program will provide CLE on a broad range of insurance coverage topics as well as networking opportunities for risk managers, insurance industry professionals, and outside counsel.
When Worlds Collide: Cyber Insurance Before and After the GDPR – Stella Szantova Giordano (SDV), Karin Scherner Aldama (Perkins Coie LLP), Aarti Soni (Marsh), Bonnie Thompson (Wiley Rein LLP)
A comparative perspective on how the US data breach notification laws and the cyber insurance market over the past 15 years influenced the GDPR, and what impact the GDPR may have on cyber insurance (both in the EU and in the US) going forward. This program explores a wholly new territory – the potential/anticipated impact of the GDPR on development of cyber insurance in light of the comparative perspective of how the GDPR grew out of the US data breach notification laws.
Recent Trends and Cases in Directors and Officers Insurance Coverage – K. Alexandra Byrd (SDV), Alissa Christopher (Cozen O’Connor PC), Erica Dominitz (Marsh), Ernest Martin Jr. (Haynes & Boone LLP)
This panel will present a review of trends and important case law decisions from the past year in Directors and Officers Insurance, from the point of view of policyholder counsel, brokers, and insurers. Topics to be discussed include: Government Investigations (SEC/DANY/etc.), Merger/Acquisition Litigation, Cryptocurrency and Event Driven Claims.
A Roadmap for Young Insurance Litigators – Christina Anna Culver (Thompson Coe Cousins Irons LLP), Tamara Bruno (Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP), Grace V. Hebbel (SDV), Jeanie Kim (Markel)
This program will address several of the basic of substantive and procedural issues that new attorney in the insurance arena will face. The program will also address tips for marketing yourself as a young lawyer.
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Christina Anna Culver (Thompson Coe), Tamara Bruno (Pillsbury Winthrop), Grace Hebbel
K. Alexandra Byrd (SDV), Ernest Martin Jr. (Haynes & Boone LLP), Erica Dominitz (Marsh USA), Alissa Christopher (Cozen O'Connor)