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Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys

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The OACTA Insurance Coverage committee has put together an excellent virtual seminar series. Join Melanie R. Irvin, Esq., Justice Judi French, Justice Pat Fischer, John G. Farnan, Esq., James R. Gallagher, Esq., Paul Janowicz, Esq., Adam Carr, Esq., and Eric Grinnell, Esq. as they discuss topics involving Insurance Coverage defense. You can earn up to 4.0 hours of general self-study CLE credit and 1.0 hour of attorney professional conduct self-study credit from the Supreme Court of Ohio and the Kentucky Bar Association.

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Approved. Credit has been approved with the Supreme Court Of Ohio, Commission on CLE for up to 4.0 general Self-Study credit hours and 1.0 hour of attorney professional conduct Self –Study credit. This credit is valid until 12/31/2020.

If you wish to receive credit for this webinar for any state other than Ohio, please download the certificate and self-report.

Approved. This on-demand program has been approved by Kentucky Bar Association CLE Commission for up to 4.0 general credit hours and 1.0 hour of ethics credit beginning 07/01/2020-06/30/2021.

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Date Published: August 21, 2020

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This presentation will explore how the #Insurtech movement is disrupting the insurance market and bringing with it much needed technological advances and social awareness. We will also discuss how new technology is affecting all areas of the industry, including underwriting, claims handling, and coverage litigation.

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Insurance Coverage for Claims Arising in the ‘Gig’ Economy

Date Published: August 21, 2020

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Procedural, Evidentiary and Practical Considerations For Defending Bad Faith Litigation

Date Published: August 21, 2020

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Jim Gallagher takes a look at procedural, evidentiary and practical considerations which arise in the defense of a bad faith lawsuit. Is removal to Federal Court an option? Should the case be removed? The legal standard for bad faith; What Are Bad Faith damages? Statutory Limits on Punitive Damages; Motions to Bifurcate and to Stay Bad Faith Discovery; Responses to Discovery and Privilege Logs; Deadline to Appeal Orders To Produce Privileged Documents and/or to Provide Privileged Testimony; Procedural Issues as to Trial if the Court refuses to grant separate trials by separate juries; What Motions in Limine should be filed? Post-Trial Motions which could be compromised if the bad faith issue is not completely bifurcated for a separate trial, etc.

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Litigating Common Coverage Issues in Auto and Homeowners Claims

Date Published: August 21, 2020

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This experienced panel will discuss coverage issues that come up in the Auto and Homeowner context, including the most important cases over the years and best practice tips for handling claims such as business use exclusions, late notice/filing issues, “Who Is An Insured?” issues, and an insured’s duty to cooperate or risk denial of coverage.

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