Welcome Dinner at Francesca's on Chestnut
Course 1: Client Relations, Expectations, and Confidentiality
Christopher Carucci, Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc.
Matthew Morrison, AFICS
The goals of this course are to (1) understand the roles and responsibilities that each member of the team (counsel, insured, carrier) plays in the claim litigation process, (2) Know how developing effective communication strategies favorably affects results, and (3) Appreciate resolution strategy development and its import.Back to top
Course 2: Coverage Perspectives
Daniel Costello, Costello Ginex & Wideikis, P.C.
Stephanie Haas, Amerisure Mutual Insurance Company
Course 3: Fundamentals of Risk Transfer
Rebecca Appelbaum, Gartner + Bloom PC
Lawrence Beemer, Tokio Marine HCC
The objectives of this course is to familiarize you with the importance of risk transfer in handling claims and litigation, and the various methods which exist to accomplish that risk transfer.Back to top
Course 4: e-Strategies
Cathleen Kelly Rebar, Rebar Kelly
- Create an awareness and appreciation of the various social media sites that connect people socially and professionally
- Educate the participant on the various ways social media has changed the legal landscape and affects everything from the way we serve process and acquire jurisdiction to evidentiary issues as well as constitutional and privacy issues associated with access to and use of content
- Demonstrate various ways in which social media discovery can be accomplished
- Educate the participant on the ethical and legal pitfalls to avoid when accessing and using third party social media for non-social purposes
Introduction of Group Projects
Dinner at Westin Hotel & Group Projects in Meeting Rooms
Course 5: Resolution Options
Kerry Ebersole, USLI
Objectives of Course:
Course 6: Evaluation & Assessment: Impact Reporting and Reserving
JD Keister, McAngus Goudelock & Courie, LLC (MGC)
Daniel Winkler, Westfield Insurance
“Impact reporting” differs from routine or periodic case reporting. Understanding the consequences of newly developed information in terms of exposure assessment and resolution planning is key to establishing effective communication and a truly collaborative approach to case disposition.
What have we learned ?
Why is it important?
What are we going to do about it?
How has Covid affected all of this?
Course 7: Litigation Metrics
This course is about the importance of access to metrics and data for claims executives.Back to top
Course 8: Reserving and Data Management from an Actuarial Perspective
The key takeaways from this course are to:
Course 9: Legal Budgeting and Fee Considerations
Dan Berman, Wood Smith Henning & Berman LLP
The objective of this course is to educate law firm users and claims professionals about the benefits of budgets and different budget models available. It is also to educate law firm users and claims professionals on how to better manage litigation through budgeting data mining and AFA’s.
Dinner at Westin Hotel & Group Projects Continued in Meeting Rooms
Course 10: Practical Aspects of Litigation Management - Strategic Implementation
Pending course descriptionBack to top
Litigation Management Institute Recap
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