Transactional Risk Insurance Boot Camp
January 26, 2023
Thursday, January 26, 2023
Register today to get in shape prior to the 2023 PLUS Transactional Risk Insurance Symposium!
Note: This webinar is part of the 2023 PLUS Transactional Risk Symposium. If you are already registered for the Symposium, you will automatically be registered for this webinar.
|Thursday - January 26|
|1:00 pm - 2:00 pm|
PLUS Webinar: Transactional Risk Insurance Boot Camp
Get in shape prior to the 2023 PLUS Transactional Risk Insurance Symposium. This Representations and Warranties focused webinar will begin by reviewing the structure of a deal term sheet including general and fundamental representations. In addition, we will explain term sheet definitions such as materiality scrape, sandbagging, etc. The group will also discuss the impact of insurance on escrow and indemnity packages. The esteemed panel will also discuss the implications to R&W insurance of asset deals versus mergers, and how the R&W insurance exposure differs between strategic and private equity buyers.
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<p> EVAN SLAVITT graduated from Yale University with a BA and MA in Economics and from Harvard Law School where he served as an editor of the Harvard Law Review and President of the Student Bar Association. He started his legal career as a trial attorney in the Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice and then served as an Assistant US Attorney and Deputy Chief of the Civil Division in Massachusetts under William Weld and Robert Mueller. After leaving the government, Mr. Slavitt was a trial attorney in Boston focusing on environmental disputes, criminal law, and complex commercial disputes. During that time, he was active in politics as the General Counsel and Parliamentarian of the Massachusetts Republican Party and was its candidate for Attorney General in 2002 and has worked on various state and national campaigns. He is also the author or co-author of numerous books and articles and a frequent lecturer. <br/><br/> Mr. Slavitt moved to South Carolina in 2007 to become the General Counsel of Kyocera AVX Corporation, an international manufacturing company now headquartered near Greenville and recently became the Chief Legal Officer of Paper Excellence, an international pulp and paper company. He also serves as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association and in private arbitrations. He writes and teaches on legal topics in his spare time, recently focusing on the implications of the ESG movement on corporations. Mr. Slavitt now lives with his wife in the Charleston area. </p>
|Paper Excellence Group||PLUS Webinar: Transactional Risk Insurance Boot Camp|
<p> Kim Gladney is Executive Managing Director, of Ambridge Partners LLC and leads Ambridge’s North American R&W practice managing a team of underwriters in New York. Ambridge is a specialized managing general underwriter of complex risks, including transactional, tax and intellectual property insurance. Kim joined Ambridge in 2006 and has been an underwriter of transactional insurance products for nearly 16 years. Kim received a J.D. from the University of Notre Dame Law School and a B.B.A. from the University of Georgia. </P>
|Ambridge Partners LLC||PLUS Webinar: Transactional Risk Insurance Boot Camp|
<div style="text-align:center;font-family:'Calibri';font-size:11.00pt;"><span style="font-family:'Calibri';font-size:11.00pt;"> <p> Matt serves as a strategic counselor to his clients, working with them to structure, negotiate, and execute various transactional arrangements, with a particular focus on private company mergers and acquisitions, growth equity investments and joint ventures. Matt also serves as outside general counsel to several private company clients, advising them on all aspects of their legal needs, and is very active in the representations and warranties insurance space, acting as underwriting counsel to a leading underwriter. Matt’s clients span a broad range of corporate organizations, including well-known private equity sponsors (funds and family offices), large multi-national corporations, and both early-stage and late-stage grown companies, across a variety of industries. In addition to his corporate transactional practice, Matt is a recognized international negotiator and legal advisor, having been appointed by the United Nations to represent the Darfuris in their 2011 peace negotiations. </p>
|Mintz||PLUS Webinar: Transactional Risk Insurance Boot Camp|
<div style="text-align:center;font-family:'Calibri';font-size:11.00pt;"><span style="font-family:'Calibri';font-size:11.00pt;"> <p>Nancy is in the Litigation Section, practicing in the Boston office of Mintz Levin. She is an active member in the firm’s Insurance/Reinsurance, Insurance Bankruptcy and Executive Production and Risk Management Groups. Nancy has extensive experience representing and advising primary and excess insurers on the business and legal implications of a variety of complex coverage issues involving personal, commercial and transactional lines of insurance. Nancy’s experience includes representing insurers with respect to coverage issues arising under all lines of property and casualty insurance. Her practice has involved representing insurers in state, bankruptcy and federal courts across the country. Nancy also advises with the firm’s corporate clients on a variety of insurance and risk management-related matters ranging from the evaluation and negotiation of D&O, cyber and traditional P&C insurance policies to the drafting and implementation of indemnification agreements for corporate boards. In addition to her insurance practice, Nancy’s practice includes representing clients in civil litigation, including class actions, principally in the areas of personal injury, professional liability and products liability. Nancy is the President of the Board of Trustees of the Insurance Library Association of Boston. Nancy received her CPCU designation in 2002 and served as an Executive Officer of the international CPCU Society. She is a member of PLUS’ Education Committee and past member of the New England Chapter Steering Committee. Nancy regularly speaks and writes on insurance industry issues and teaches CPCU courses to professionals. In addition to PLUS and the CPCU Society, Nancy is a member of the American College of Insurance Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel, the International Association of Defense Counsel, the Aviation Insurance Association and the Massachusetts, Women’s and Boston Bar Associations. She received her bachelor of arts from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas and her juris doctor from Boston College Law School. </p>
|Mintz Levin||PLUS Webinar: Transactional Risk Insurance Boot Camp|
|Simone Bonnet||Willis Towers Watson||PLUS Webinar: Transactional Risk Insurance Boot Camp|
This webinar is not eligible for CE/CLE credit.
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