Increase your knowledge on Commercial General Liability insurance law with this half-day seminar in Chicago on June 7th! Learn how to protect your business clients against claims not covered under general insurance policies while gaining a better understanding of the issues that can arise when drafting Commercial General Liability (CGL) forms; the new forms of insurance coverage being developed in an effort to resolve exposures; intellectual property exposures; developments in additional insured coverage; the issues in CGL allocation modeling; potential environmental exposures (including the U.S. Supreme Court decision in AEP v. Connecticut); and insurance coverage for construction defect litigation. Can’t attend the live, on-site program in Chicago? Then join us on the web! This program will be broadcast live via the Internet so that attorneys can attend remotely.
The seminar is presented by the ISBA Insurance Law Section and qualifies for 4.50 hours MCLE credit.