The Role of Insurance Law in Bankruptcy Proceedings: A Roadmap to Preserving & Asserting Rights
Thursday, Oct 10 2013 8:30-10:30 am
Thursday, Oct 10 2013 8:30-10:30 am

Insurance issues are arising more frequently in bankruptcy proceedings. A debtor’s insurance policies often represent the debtor’s most valuable asset. As bankruptcy and insurance law intersect, and sometimes collide, the road can be bumpy. This program offers a roadmap to policyholders, estate creditors, insurance companies and other interested parties who seek to preserve or assert various rights. Our panelists, comprised of bankruptcy and insurance counsel, as well as industry professionals, will discuss various topics, including: policies/ proceeds as “property of the estate” with respect to liability, D&O and E&O policies; bankruptcy proceedings that impact insurance; standing of insurance companies and co-insured rights; the treatment of deductibles/SIR’s and premium obligations; the enforcement and applicability of certain coverage exclusions; and the use of insurance policies as security interests by third-parties.

New York, California & New Jersey CLE Credit: 2.0 professional practice This live program provides transitional/non-transitional credit to all attorneys. Illinois credit: 1.75 general MCLE Pennsylvania credit: 1.5 general MCLE

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