The ABCs of D&O Coverage
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November 20, 2019
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
The ABCs of D&O Coverage:
Appraisals, Bump-Ups, and Choice of Law
Wednesday, November 20th | 1:00 - 2:00 pm Central Time
Note: Pre-registration is now closed.
This webinar will focus on 3 D&O coverage issues: (1) appraisal actions (and the Solera case); (2) bump-up exclusions (and the Onyx decision); and (3) recent choice of law issues (including issues relating to Delaware courts).
During this webinar, you will learn about:
- Coverage for appraisal actions
- "Bump Up" exclusions and the arguments on how these exclusions apply by both carriers and policyholders
- Why choice of law matters and the rationale for Delaware courts to apply the law of the state where the policy was issued
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|Wednesday - November 20|
|1:00 pm - 2:00 pm|
The ABCs of D&O Coverage: Appraisals, Bump-Ups, and Choice of Law
During this webinar, you will learn about:
Justin Kudler, Assistant Vice President, Claims at AXA XL
Matt Schlesinger, Partner at Covington & Burling
David Topol, Attorney at Law at Wiley Rein LLP
<div style="text-align:center;font-family:'Calibri';font-size:11.00pt;"><span style="font-family:'Calibri';font-size:11.00pt;"><img src="http://plusweb.org/Portals/0/Images/justin.headshot.jpg?ver=2019-09-20-135819-237" border="0" style="width:50%"/></span></span> </span></div> <p> Justin Kudler is Assistant Vice President, Claims at AXA XL in Hartford‚ where he handles professional liability claims. After law school‚ Mr. Kudler worked at a large law firm in Boston‚ where he defended companies and individuals in securities and consumer class actions‚ defended individuals before the Securities and Exchange Commission‚ and represented insurers in litigating complex matters under general liability policies. He also has worked at a firm in Hartford representing plaintiffs in securities class actions. He has published articles on the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and other securities and class action issues. Mr. Kudler received his undergraduate degree cum laude in Government from Harvard University‚ and his law degree from the University of Virginia‚ where he served as Executive Editor of the Virginia Journal of Law and Technology. </p>
|AXA XL||The ABCs of D&O Coverage: Appraisals, Bump-Ups, and Choice of Law|
<div style="text-align:center;font-family:'Calibri';font-size:11.00pt;"><span style="font-family:'Calibri';font-size:11.00pt;"><img src="http://plusweb.org/Portals/0/Images/Schlesinger%20Matthew.jpg?ver=2019-09-20-135822-410" border="0" style="width:50%"/></span></span> </span></div> <p> Matt Schlesinger represents policyholders nationwide in insurance coverage disputes and counsels clients on insurance-related issues. Legal 500 reports that Mr. Schlesinger “has a depth and breadth of experience and is very sensitive to business needs.” Using a combination of litigation and alternative dispute resolution, Mr. Schlesinger has cost-effectively recovered hundreds of millions for clients in a wide variety of hotly contested complex, multi-party cases. His clients range from Fortune 100 companies to smaller public and privately held entities, and include large financial institutions and international technology companies.<br/><br/> Mr. Schlesinger has particular experience obtaining coverage under financial institution and other crime bonds for losses resulting from large, sophisticated frauds, as well as handling coverage for shareholder and customer-driven financial services related claims, including under directors and officers, professional liability, and specialty policies. He also has successfully handled cyber-liability, first-party property damage and business interruption, environmental and asbestos liability, intellectual property, and a range of other claims and coverage disputes and issues. He often is retained to help negotiate a resolution to the underlying matter, as well as the insurance coverage dispute.<br/><br/> Mr. Schlesinger also actively consults on policy renewals, helping clients obtain the most favorable policy terms possible. He speaks, writes, and is quoted on insurance coverage issues and has co-chaired or participated in numerous insurance coverage conferences. </p>
|Covington & Burling||The ABCs of D&O Coverage: Appraisals, Bump-Ups, and Choice of Law|
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