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INSURANCE LAW 2015-MP3 SEMINAR-(1230-1526)INSURANCE LAW 2015-MP3 SEMINAR-(1230-1526)
$265.00

INSURANCE LAW 2015
Recorded Thursday, June 18, 2015


TORT REFORM IN WEST VIRGINIA
Tort reform highlighted the most recent session of the West Virginia Legislature. The law of comparative fault, health care liability, premises liability, punitive damages, and other aspects of the State’s tort system were addressed. This presentation will discuss the impacts of this recent legislation on litigators and others following what is likely only the first round of tort reform in West Virginia.
Ancil G. Ramey, Esquire
Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC – Huntington, WV

REVIEW OF RECENT INSURANCE LAW DECISIONS AND PREVIEW OF PENDING INSURANCE LAW CASES
Vincent J. King, Esquire
Charleston, WV
Professor Thomas C. Cady
WVU College of Law – Morgantown, WV 

LEGISLATION TO LAW: WV INSURANCE IN THE 2015 LEGISLATIVE SESSION
Paul K. Reese, Esquire
Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC – Charleston, WV

AGENTS & BROKERS - LIABILITY?
Barbara J. Keefer, Esquire, CPCU
Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC – Huntington, WV 

UPDATE FROM THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE
Andrew R. Pauley, Esquire
Office of the West Virginia Insurance Commissioner – Charleston, WV

RESERVATIONS OF RIGHTS - SELF PRESERVATION OR SELF IMMOLATION?
Michael M. Stevens, Esquire
Martin & Seibert, LC – Martinsburg, WV

This seminar is accredited for 6.3 WV MCLE credits.