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The Supreme Court Weighs In: Insurance Appraisal in Texas after Ortiz and Barbara Technologies.-- WEBINAR RECORDING from 7/17/19
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This purchase does NOT include participation in the live event. You are purchasing access to a recording of the webinar: "The Supreme Court Weighs In: Insurance Appraisal in Texas after Ortiz and Barbara Technologies"

Recorded Wednesday, July 17th @ 12:00 Noon - 1:00pm Central

Earn up to 1.0 hour MCLE credit if filed in 2019!

About the Webinar: On June 30, 2019, The Texas Supreme Court issued opinions in two watershed cases long-awaited by insurance lawyers. In Barbara Technologies v. State Farm Lloyds and Ortiz v. State Farm Lloyds, the court provided much needed clarification of the interplay between insurance policy appraisal clauses and lawsuits involving breach of contract, bad faith, and Insurance Code violations, including of the Prompt Payment of Claims Act. Understanding the significance of these decisions is important for lawyers representing policyholders and carriers alike. This webinar sponsored by the Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, and featuring prominent lawyers from each side of the docket, will explain the holdings of these cases and their implications for practitioners.

Presented by: William J. Chriss, Chair, Insurance Law Section, Corpus Christi, Texas (Policyholder) & Lisa A. Songy, Immediate Past Chair, Insurance Law Section, Dallas, Texas (Carrier)

*You will be receiving access to a downloadable mp4 video file of the webinar and emailed separately the copies of any slides or written materials used during the webinar. (NOTE: File sizes can be large and may take several minutes to download depending on your computer's speed.)