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CLE - Advanced Issues in Insurance Coverage Law (2019) - Part 2

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Date Published

January 29, 2019

Publisher

Akron Bar Association

Subjects

Insurance Law

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Summary

Program Contents:
Me too! Coverage for Workplace Claims
John Farnan, Esq., Weston Hurd LLP

This presentation will address coverage for workplace harassment, discrimination and other employment related claims under Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI).

The Elon Musk Problem: Insurance Coverage for When Your Company Goes Viral 
Anastasia Wade, Esq., Brouse McDowell

When Elon Musk tweeted that he was ready to take Tesla private, it caused stock prices to rise and fall and triggered an SEC investigation. In the age of social media, a single post can cause a ripple effect on a company’s profits and stock prices. When this occurs, companies are likely to look to all possibilities of recouping their losses. This presentation will look at the possible insurance coverage for losses and litigation resulting from a company going viral 

Now What? Implications Following the Ohio Northern Univ. v. Charles Construction Services, Inc. Case
David Orlandini, Esq., Collins, Roche, Utley and Garne, LLC
This presentation will address the recent Ohio Supreme Court decision in Ohio Northern Univ. v. Charles Construction Services, Inc., 2018-Ohio4057, and its implications for insurance coverage under a standard CGL policy for construction defect related claims.

What is Bad Faith in Advanced Insurance Coverage Law? A Policyholder’s Perspective
Dimitrios Pousoulides, Esq., Pousoulides Law Offices

A historical perspective of bad faith law, an analysis of the development of bad faith law from Hart v. Republic Mutual Insurance Company to Zoppo v. Homestead Insurance Company, an examination of how courts have followed and departed from the Zoppo decision, and how those bad faith decisions impact first party insurance coverage law claims.
Part 2 of the 2019 Advanced Issues in Insurance Coverage includes sessions from the seminar that originally took place on the afternoon of 1/29/19 at the Akron Bar Association. The program has been approved for 2.75 CLEs and 2.75 OSBA Insurance Coverage Law Specialization Credits.
 

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Presenters

John Farnan, Esq.
Weston Hurd LLP

Partner John Farnan practices primarily in the areas of insurance coverage, defense of directors’ and officers’ liability... Read More

Anastasia Wade, Esq.
Brouse McDowell

As a partner at Brouse McDowell, Anastasia is focusing her practice in the areas of intellectual property litigation,... Read More

David Orlandini, Esq
Collins, Roche, Utley and Garne, LLC

Dave believes that establishing trust is the most important characteristic of a good relationship. That is why he works hard... Read More

Dimitrios Pousoulides, Esq.
Pousoulides Law Offices

* Litigation experience in the areas of Insurance Law, Bad Faith Insurance Law, Personal Injury Law, Casualty Coverage Law... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Me too! Coverage for Workplace Claims
The Elon Musk Problem: Insurance Coverage for When Your Company Goes Viral
Now What? Implications Following the Ohio Northern Univ. v. Charles Construction Services, Inc. Case
What is Bad Faith in Advanced Insurance Coverage Law? A Policyholder’s Perspective
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