2022 ALFA International Insurance & Professional Liability Seminar

1 Logan Square
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

ALFA International will hold its 2022 Insurance and Professional Liability Seminar, titled In the Eye of the Beholder: Viewing Insurance & Professional Liability Legal Issues from Modern Perspectives, at The Logan in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 22-24, 2022. Young Moore attorneys Brian O. Beverly and Andrew P. Flynt will be speaking at the event.

Brian Beverly will moderate a panel addressing the topic: Fear and Loathing on the Witness Chair… Preparing Your Soul for Rule 30(b)(6) Depositions. This session will examine the benefits of a well-prepared and experienced corporate witness, the need to personalize the insurer, the risks of presenting an underprepared, nervous or evasive witness, and related considerations. Attendees will also hear effective and time-proven tips and techniques to properly choose and prepare a company witness.

Andrew will serve as a panelist on The High Art of Marijuana Insurance Coverage Issues. The panel will discuss employer obligation under the Responsible and Equitable Regulation of Adult-Use Cannabis (RERACA) and risk associated with insuring cannabis establishments. The panel will provide an overview of the law, provisions for employers and employees, exemptions, and the current landscape of state laws for medical and recreational marijuana across the country. Also included will be a review of potential implications on transportation insurance, products liability insurance, and insurance policy exclusions.

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