2017 The Definitive Reservation of Rights Checklist: 50 Things That Every ROR Needs Webinar

About this webinar

One of the most frequent and important tasks associated with liability claims is drafting a Reservation of Rights letter. But despite how common they are, there is no set way to draft them. Differences in approaches and their contents can vary widely. And no matter how much experience a person has drafting Reservation of Rights letters, it is still easy to omit something.

Courts have been penalizing insurers for issuing Reservation of Rights letters that they do not believe are adequate. This penalty can be severe -- the loss of a coverage defense that would have otherwise served to eliminate or minimize an insurer's obligation to provide coverage.

This webinar will provide a checklist of 50 items that every Reservation of Rights letter should have - or should be considered. 

The webinar will discuss the blockbuster January 2017 decision in Harleysville Group Insurance v. Heritage Group Communities, where the South Carolina Supreme Court provided key lessons in how to draft an effective reservation of rights letter.

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The Most Practical Webinar you will ever attend:

This one hour webinar explores 50 aspects of a Reservation of Rights letter. This is the ONLY Reservation of rights webinar you need – here’s why:

This checklist was produced by a coverage lawyer and author who has spent nearly two decades drafting Reservation of Rights letters and studying how courts have responded to allegations of their deficiency.
Take the practical solutions and apply them immediately – perhaps even the SAME DAY!
Find out what your RORs may be missing!

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Earn CLE and CE Credits:

CLE will be provided for the states of CA,FL IL,MO, NJ & NY. For more information on CLE credits please contact Michelle Miura at mmiura@alm.com.

Insurance CE credit has been approved in CA, FL, IL, KY, NC, NJ, NY, PA, TX, and VA. For more information on CE credits please contact Joyce Coots at jcoots@alm.com.

*In order to receive any type of credits attorneys must watch the program individually and not as a group. The various education boards require us to provide individual tracking time for each attendee which requires separate viewing for professionals that want to earn credits.