I'm pleased to announce the return of my firm's annual New York insurance coverage seminar for insurance claims and underwriting professionals and their service providers. Many of this blog's readers have attended this all-day seminar in the past and, after not running it last year in 2009, we've brought it back by popular demand and will cover New York federal and state court case law and statutory and regulatory developments in insurance coverage dating back to July 2008. The date for this year's seminar is Thursday, September 23, 2010 and its location remains the same -- at the Ramada Hotel & Conference Center in Amherst, New York, just north of University of Buffalo's North Campus.
As we've always done in the past, we will cover first-party property cases and issues in the morning, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, and liability/casualty cases and issues in the afternoon, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., with separate break-out sessions starting at 2:40 p.m. for auto, no-fault and general liability/homeowners. Since this is something we don't charge for, I need to limit attendance to insurance claims and underwriting professionals and persons who provide services to the property and casualty insurance industry, such as independent adjusters and staff counsel. If you're not sure whether you fall in the category of folks who are welcome to attend free of charge, please email me.
For those folks attending from out of town, the Ramada has set aside a limited number of rooms at a special rate of $79.00 per night if reservations are made by August 15, 2010. Reservations should be made directly with the Ramada Hotel by calling (716) 636-7500 and mentioning my firm's name.
If you are an insurance professional or service provider and would like to attend this free seminar, you may register on my firm's website or by email to registration[at]muralaw.com and indicating what sessions you will be attending (AM and/or PM and if PM, which break-out session). Please include your full name, company, mail address, telephone number and email address on any email registration.
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Even if you've read every single one of this blog's more than 700 posts dating back to mid-2008, this seminar promises to provide something useful to all New York insurance professionals and practitioners who attend. I hope to see you there.