Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Heather Habes Featured Panelist at Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee Seminar
LOS ANGELES (March 4) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorney, Heather Habes will serve as a panelist 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.
Ms. Habes will join legal professionals in the plenary session, “Doing the Settlement Two-Step: Strategies for Mediating the Underlying Case along with the Coverage Dispute,” on Friday, March 6th.
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.
Ms. Habes focuses her practice on complex insurance recovery for policyholders under a wide variety of policies, including directors and officers liability, commercial general liability, professional liability, entertainment, property, employment practices and workers’ compensation policies. She has assisted in collecting millions of dollars of insurance coverage for professional errors and omissions, directors and officers liability, and construction defect claims.
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