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THE GATHERING STORM: 1/11/18 Webinar Recording

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You are purchasing access to a recording of the following webinar: "The Gathering Storm: What to Expect from the Anticipated Flood of Harvey-Related Litigation"

Held Thursday, January 11th @ 12:00 Noon - 1:00pm Central

Earn up to 1.0 hour MCLE credit if filed in 2018!

About the Webinar: Jeff Raizner will talk about issues deriving from Hurricane Harvey as it relates to 3 main types of potential claims that we'll see play out in litigation over the next few years and how they correlate with each other. First, there are the inverse condemnation claims for people affected by the Addicks and Barker dam releases and the various actions that have been filed with the Court of Federal Claims. We'll give an overview on the status of the litigation and a brief case law overview on federal takings. Next will be windstorm claims that property owners may have under a commercial property or homeowners policy, how the recent changes to the Texas Insurance Code will play into future litigation, the benefits of consolidating litigation, and lessons from Ike. And finally, there will be a brief discussion on how litigation over flood claims differ from litigation under the Texas Insurance Code related to windstorm claims, set against the backdrop of the various NFIP policies vs. private policies. Presented by: Jeffrey L. Raizner, Raizner Slania LLP, Houston, Texas

*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.)

USD 60.0000

Insurance Appraisal: 7/17/19 Webinar Recording

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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.)

USD 70.0000

UM/UIM: 3/25/20 Webinar Recording

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This purchase does NOT include participation in the live event. You are purchasing access to a recording of the webinar: "On the Road Again with UM/UIM: Is There a Brainard Detour on the Horizon?"

Recorded Wednesday, March 25 @ 12:00 Noon - 1:00pm Central

Earn up to 1.0 hour MCLE credit if filed in 2020!

About the Webinar: Two recent opinions issued by the San Antonio Court of Appeals have called into question the way that Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist cases are handled in Texas. In Allstate Insurance Company v. Irwin, 2019 WL 3937281 (Tex. App. - San Antonio August 21, 2019) and Allstate Fire and Casualty Co. v. Inclan, 2020 EL 373061 (Tex. App. - Corpus Christi, January 23, 2020), two intermediate courts have held that attorneys' fees are recoverable in UM/UIM declaratory judgment actions and in State Farm Mutual Automobile Association v. Cook, 2019 WL 4453763 (Tex. App. - San Antonio September 18, 2019) the San Antonio Court of Appeals held, in a matter of first impression, that an insurer can act in bad faith by failing to reasonably investigate or delaying payment on a claim for UM benefits until after the insured obtains a judgment establishing the liability and uninsured status of the other motorist. Meanwhile, litigants continue to squabble about the scope of discovery in UM/UIM cases, with mixed messages coming from the various intermediate courts and the Texas Supreme Court showing little willingness to review those decisions. What's a practitioner to do? In this webinar, Shawn Mechler, an attorney who regularly represents policyholders in UM/UIM cases and who authored the brief in the Irwin case, will discuss the question with Catherine L. Hanna, an attorney who represents insurance carriers.

Presented by: Catherine L. Hanna, Hanna & Plaut, L.L.P., Austin, Texas (Carrier) & Shawn M. Mechler, Crosley Law Firm, P.C., San Antonio, Texas (Policyholder)

*You will be receiving access to a 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 or begin playing depending on your connection and computer's processing speed.)

USD 81.1900

Good-Bad-Ugly 12/15/20 Insurance Law Webinar

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December 15, 2020 · 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT

Earn 1.0 hour MCLE credit, including .25 hours ethics!

Download the printed flyer and registration form.

About the Webinar: This presentation will update attendees on the impact of the Texas Supreme Court's recent rulings on the rules for insurance appraisals. The presenters will offer practical examples of how these rulings have impacted the use of appraisals by both policyholders and carriers. Participants will also learn about several ethical issues involved in appraisal, including contrasting views on communications between appraisers and their clients.

Presenters: Christopher H. Avery, Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons, L.L.P., Houston, Texas & Brennan M. Kucera, Crowell & Kucera, PLLC, Austin, Texas

Sponsored by The Insurance Law Section of the State Bar of Texas in cooperation with The Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education

How the Webinar Works – Our Zoom portal uses your computer as a device to receive the seminar live in your office, home or any other location you choose. Registrants will receive an email the week of the seminar providing instructions for the webinar, including the special access/log-in link and passcode. When you login to join the meeting, follow the direct link or enter the meeting ID and passcode credentials and you will be patched into the webinar. Access details may not be shared.

Q&A - During the program, the audio and video will be streaming on your computer in "view/listen only" mode and you will be able to view the speaker's slides (if applicable). You will be given the opportunity to ask questions live using the Q&A or chat functions to be addressed either during or at the conclusion of the seminar.

Course Materials - A PDF or link to the course materials will be sent to registrants via email the week of the seminar if additional written materials are provided. Presentation slide copies may be provided after the webinar when permitted.

Registration Fees - The registration fee is $95 per site connection. (Current Insurance Law Section members receive a discount!) A site connection allows one person to log-in to the program and claim CLE credit. Additional participants from the same firm/company are $35 for each additional participant/connection. Only registered participants may claim CLE credit.

USD 95.0000