Brokers, Claims Examiners, Lawyers and Experts - How to Work Cooperatively When Managing Claims in Local and International Settings
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: November 2016
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
The insurance claim and litigation process can often be time consuming which is why all those involved must work cooperatively to ensure that the process flows smoothly. Join us to hear brokers, claims examiners, lawyers and experts discuss their experiences and perspectives on how to effectively manage and litigate claims in both local and international forums.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Amanda McBride, McBride & Shields Professional Corporation
Andrew Mercer, Mercer Law

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Commercial Insurance Policies: A Review and Recent Developments
Sébastien A. Kamayah, Snowden LLP, Coverage Counsel
Kash D. Brijpaul, Snowden LLP, Coverage Counsel

Commercial Insurance Policies: A Review and Recent Developments (Presentation)
Sébastien A. Kamayah, Snowden LLP

Challenges Handling Cross Border Claims
Kim E. Stoll, Partner, Fernandes Hearn LLP

Policies for Cross-Border Technology Services:
Case Law and Legislative Update (Presentation)

Ali Emadi, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Tips to Avoid Problems Down the Road (Presentation)
Lorrie Adams, Dalton Timmis Group

Business Interruption Insurance:
What is required to properly evaluate damages (Presentation)

Tom Strezos, Deloitte Canada

Expert Damages Report
Gord McGuire, Adair Barristers LLP

Case Summaries re Brokers Managing Claims
Andrew Mercer, Samis + Company

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