March Educational Seminar
“History is a vast early warning system” — Norman Cousins (American political journalist)
On March 29, 2023, ARIAS-U.S. will host a half-day seminar at Choate’s Boston offices that will explore the past, current, and future expected evolution of re/insurance risk via three panel discussions: (1) weather perils, including California wildfires, Australian floods, and hurricanes; (2) public nuisance, with a focus on PFAS/AFFF, opioids, and lead paint; and (3) post-pandemic COVID issues with an emphasis on wording changes designed to meet this evolving peril and retrocessional collateral trapping. A boxed lunch will be provided at 12:30 p.m., and the program will begin at 1:00 p.m. Est with cocktails to follow.
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 29, 2023 beginning at 12:30 p.m. Est
Location: Choate, Hall & Stewart LLP
Fees: $375 for Members $450 for Non-Members
Seminar Sessions & Faculty
Weather perils: California wildfires, Australian floods, and hurricanes
David Attisani (Choate)
Glenn Frankel (General Re)
Ton Van Everdink
Public nuisance: PFAS/AFFF, opioids, and lead paint
Andrea Giannetta (Enstar)
Troy Shuman (Enstar)
Post-Pandemic COVID Losses
JP Jaillet (Choate)
Amy Woltman (The Prudential Life Insurance Company)
Ken Graham (Partner Reinsurance Company)
Elaine Caprio (Caprio Consulting)
NY, PA, IL CLE Credit: ARIAS•U.S. is accredited by the New York State and Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Boards as a provider of CLE training. Attendees of this seminar are eligible for 2.5 NY,PA, and IL CLE Credits.
ARIAS·U.S. Certification: This seminar counts towards the ARIAS·U.S. Arbitrator Initial Certification Application and certification renewal requirements.