Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Attorneys Featured Moderator and Panelist at American Bar Association’s Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee Seminar
ATLANTA (February 25) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorneys, Daniel H. Rylaarsdam and Tyechia White, will serve as a moderator and panelist, respectively, at the 27th Annual Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar hosted by the American Bar Association (ABA) in Tucson, Arizona on March 4-7, 2015.
Mr. Rylaarsdam will lead the discussion as a moderator in the lead plenary session, “’Well That Didn’t Go Right’ - The Judges Panel on Perfecting Your Appeal.” Ms. White will join other legal professionals in the session, “The Underwriter Deposition Zone: Practice Tips and Potential Pitfalls.”
The ABA's 2015 Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar highlights the latest developments in insurance law, practice tips and a broad array of coverage issues of interest to both policyholders and insurers. The always highly successful seminar is traditionally attended by more than 360 litigators, in-house counsel, judges, mediators, risk managers and other insurance professions. The three-day program this year will cover such topics as insurance coverage appeals, deposition techniques, bad faith, ethics, insurance issues concerning cyber-attacks and privacy breaches, among others. To learn more about the seminar, please click here.
Mr. Rylaarsdam represents policy holders in a broad range of complex insurance coverage matters. His insurance recovery and litigation experience includes both first-party and third-party insurance disputes across the country.
Ms. White focuses her practice on complex insurance recovery through litigation and settlement. She represents policyholders in both federal and state courts on a range of insurance coverage matters. Ms. White also advises corporations in the procurement of insurance policies.
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