This information-packed, 90-minute recorded webinar will help attendees to:
- Evaluate and review various types of insurance policies
- Explain common issues, developing case law and strategic considerations
- Define the economic loss doctrine
- Discuss contract requirements
- Understand construction defect cases and learn how you can avoid them
- Sharpen your knowledge about construction defects
- Learn how various types of insurance policies and contract clauses can protect your organization
- And much, much more!
Meet Your Presenter:
Seth D. Lamden is a commercial litigator with a concentration in representing corporate and individual policyholders in coverage disputes. Seth has successfully represented utilities, product manufacturers, managed care companies, law firms and attorneys, property owners, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, doctors, a coal company, life insurers, and other policyholders in negotiations and litigation against domestic, London Market and Bermuda insurers to resolve coverage disputes arising from a broad array of claims and losses.
In addition to dispute resolution, Seth also concentrates on counseling policyholders and other claimants on a variety of matters relating to insurance and risk management, including: developing negotiating strategies and positioning disputes to maximize insurance recovery; working with defense counsel to protect policyholders’ rights in defending underlying lawsuits; policy audits and procurement; and drafting contractual insurance specifications and indemnity agreements.
Seth has written more than two dozen articles and four book chapters on topics relating to insurance recovery and is a frequent contributor to Neal Gerber Eisenberg’s Insurance Policyholder Law Blog (www.policyholderinsurancelaw.com). Seth also has been a featured speaker at insurance law programs sponsored by, among others, the American Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, Lorman Education Services, the Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc., and the Southern Illinois Builders Association.
While in law school, Seth was a member of the John Marshall Law Review, received the Fred Herzog and Dwight Ingram scholarships for academic achievement and represented victims of housing discrimination as an Ill. Sup. Ct. R. 711 legal intern at the John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Clinic.