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2016 Insurance Law

UT Law’s 21st Annual Insurance Law Institute is a unique forum for practitioners of all experience levels to interact with bench, bar, risk managers, adjusters and policyholders to discuss the latest developments in the insurance law industry.  more




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2015 Insurance Law

The 20th Annual Insurance Law Institute is a unique forum for practitioners of all experience levels to interact with bench, bar, risk managers, adjusters and policyholders to discuss the latest developments in the insurance law industry. 2015 highlights include: Retired Justice Craig T. Enoch, Enoch Kever PLLC, Austin, TX, provides the latest developments from the Texas Supreme Court Gain practical tips and strategies for getting insurance companies to pay on claims Put your Stowers knowledge to the test in an interactive examination of the validity of Stowers demands and learn valuable tips on how to submit a Stowers case to a jury Justice J. Brett Busby, Fourteenth Court of Appeals, Houston, TX, Judge Mark B. Greenberg, Dallas County Court at Law No. 5, Dallas, TX, and Scott P. Stolley, Thompson & Knight LLP, Dallas, TX, evaluate common problems with error preservation Explore assignments and trials through Gandy/Seger and their progeny with R. Brent Cooper, Cooper & Scully, P.C., Dallas, TX, and John T. Smithee, Templeton Smithee Hayes Heinrich Russell LLP, Amarillo, TX Learn about emerging trends and recent developments in cyber insurance, auto claims, energy, and construction Corporate Policyholders’ Most Common Insurance Questions and How to Answer Them discusses important issues to in-house counsel clients Earn up to 13.25 hours of credit including 2.25 hours of ethics credit  The Institute is presented by The University of Texas School of Law and the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. more




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2014 Insurance Law

Don’t miss the 2014 Insurance Law Institute—a unique forum for practitioners of all experience levels to interact with bench, bar, risk managers, adjusters, and policyholders. 2014 program highlights include: The 85th Anniversary of Stowers explores the successes and failures, as well as recent developments Bryan A. Garner, the leading authority on good legal writing, gives advice and practical tools for effective legal writing Hear from a panel of distinguished judges on how to successfully present your case to both the judiciary and the venire Gain insight on how Gilbert, Ewing and Lennar are relevant to many other types of coverage and bad faith disputes outside of the construction context In-depth issue coverage of issues arising out of the oil patch, professional lines issues, brokerage issues, and more Hear different client perspectives about what they want from their attorneys and how they approach coverage issues Earn up to 2.00 hours of Ethics credit more




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2013 Insurance Law

The 2013 Insurance Law Institute provides a unique forum for practitioners of all experience levels to hear from bench, bar, risk managers, adjusters, and policyholders—enhance your practice. Come away with robust resources you’ll want to keep within reach for day-to-day use. more




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2012 Insurance Law

UT Law's outstanding Insurance Law Institute features a faculty of prominent practitioners and professionals. The 2012 Institute provides an in depth focus on current issues and the topics that practitioners need most including:       - Mistakes to Avoid as a Risk Manager       - Developing Issues in Coverage Law       - How to Keep the Insurance Company on Your Side       - Effective Strategies in Coverage Litigation more



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2011 Insurance Law

The Insurance Law Institute offers a comprehensive overview of major insurance decisions and recent legislation, developing issues in coverage law, and effective practice strategies for coverage litigation. The 2011 program topics include:  • Gilbert and beyond: the impact and potential demise of the CGL policy  • Finding leverage in the insurance coverage dispute  • Making sense of the prejudice rule for untimely notice and settlements without consent  • The impact of the financial crisis on your coverage practice  • Corporate counsel’s guide to insurance and risk management  • Restrictions in additional insured endorsements, independent counsel v. insurer’s right to defend,     triggering excess coverage by exhaustion, burden of proof and much more  • 2.00 hours of ethics Don’t miss Fundamentals of Insurance immediately preceding Insurance Law Institute—a perfect primer or refresher. more



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2010 Insurance Law

The Insurance Law Institute offers a comprehensive overview of major insurance decisions, developing issues in coverage law and effective practice strategies for coverage litigation. The 2010 program covers a broad range of insurance law topics, and follows a common, working hypothetical based on a construction defect case. Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn from and interact with the experts in downtown Austin! more



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2009 Insurance Law

The Insurance Law Institute offers a comprehensive overview of major insurance decisions, developing issues in coverage law, and effective practice strategies for coverage litigation. The 2009 program examines insolvency issues including: the advantages and pitfalls of D&O coverage, insurance industry receiverships, the effect of a policyholder's bankruptcy on its insurance coverage, and health insurance in a downsizing world. Hyatt Hill Country Resort and Spa offers 27 holes of championship golf, a world-class spa and a four-acre water park—bring the family. more



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2008 Insurance Law

The Insurance Law Institute offers a comprehensive overview of major insurance decisions, developing issues in coverage law, and effective practice strategies for coverage litigation. This year's topics focus on self-insured, additional insured, agent liability, relitigation issues, and more. more



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2007 Insurance Law

Join leading members of the policyholder and defense bar, judges, and key insurance regulators for a comprehensive insurance program. Highlights include: On Your Mark: Getting Started with Insurance Coverage The opening Wednesday evening session covers issues and pitfalls of interest to those investigating facts related to coverage in both a first and third party context. Also addressed will be the anatomy of a policy, including issues specific to liability and property. Included in conference registration. Definitive Updates Get a comprehensive overview of major insurance decisions from the Texas Supreme Court, Fifth Circuit, and Texas Courts of Appeals—the impact on insurance and tort practices will be highlighted. New insurance laws that passed and failed during the 80th Legislative Session will be discussed, as well as a definitive history of the development and current stance of Article 21.21 of the Texas Insurance Code. Special Lunch Presentations Enjoy informative lunch presentations each day: On Thursday, a panel examines fraud and its impact on civil litigation. Friday’s lunch presentation explores the latest phenomenon in litigation: “apology” as a litigation resource, especially in healthcare settings. Practice Strategies for Coverage Litigation Learn the practical aspects addressing coverage concerns, along with modern misconceptions and mistakes surrounding this analysis, such as the practice of pursuing and defending against declaratory relief actions, recent issues in the concept of “buyback policies,” the special concerns attendant to “claims made” policies, plus an in-depth reminder of the requirements and duties placed upon an insured in the claims process. In addition, the procedures for preparing a proper jury charge in a first party suit will be discussed. Developing Issues Get up to speed with the latest and greatest developments in coverage law, including “prejudice,” fortuity doctrine, additional insureds, recovery of attorney’s fees, cancellation/non-renewal issues, and concurrent causation in the wake of the recent Katrina ruling, what that means for Texas and more. more



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2006 Insurance Law

Get a comprehensive overview of major insurance decisions from the Texas Supreme Court, Fifth Circuit, and Texas Courts of Appeals—the impact on insurance and tort practices will be highlighted. more



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2005 Insurance Law

The Insurance Law Institute brings together leading members of the policyholder and defense bar, judges, and key insurance regulators to discuss key issues and developments involving litigation and insurance. more



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2004 Insurance Law

Cosponsored by the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Texas and The University of Texas School of Law, The Insurance Law Institute brings together leading insurance litigators, commercial litigators, judges, and insurance experts—from both the plaintiff and defense sides. more



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2003 Insurance Law


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