Amy Elizabeth Stewart to Moderate Insurance Presentation at the Third Annual Business Torts Institute Presented by Texas Bar CLE

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Amy Elizabeth Stewart will moderate a presentation entitled What Every Business Tort Lawyer Should Know About Insurance Coverage on Friday, October 14th in Houston, Texas, as part of the Texas Bar CLE Business Torts Institute, 2011.

My panelists are all experienced attorneys with a wealth of knowledge to share, and I know our audience will get a lot of great information.

Amy Elizabeth Stewart, founder and shareholder of Amy Stewart PC, has been selected to moderate a panel discussion at the 2011 Texas Bar CLE Business Torts Institute. This annual event was created in 2008 and is co-sponsored by the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas. Amy’s panel of presenters will discuss What Every Business Tort Lawyer Should Know About Insurance Coverage. Panelists include Veronica Bates of Hermes Sargent Bates, Michael Huddleston from Shannon Gracey Ratliff & Miller, Heather Kubiak of Kubiak & Carter, and Ernest Martin from Haynes and Boone, LLP.

“This is the third time that Texas Bar CLE has presented the Business Torts Institute and it has already become a valued source of learning opportunities for trial lawyers all over Texas,” said Ms. Stewart. “My panelists are all experienced attorneys with a wealth of knowledge to share, and I know our audience will get a lot of great information.”

The Business Torts Institute 2011 provides attendees with 14 hours of MCLE credit, including 4 hours of Ethics. In addition to the live seminar in Houston on October 13-14, 2011, TexasBarCLE is offering a video presentation in Dallas on January 5-6, 2012 at the Cityplace Conference Center. For more information or to register for either event, visit

Amy Stewart PC is a boutique law firm in Dallas, Texas representing clients in complex insurance coverage and bad faith litigation before state and federal courts and in arbitration. The firm handles a wide variety of coverage litigation with a primary focus on specialty liability policies, including directors & officers liability, fiduciary liability, errors & omissions, employment practices liability, securities broker/dealers liability, lawyers professional liability, insurance brokers professional liability and other professional liability policies. As coverage counsel, the firm advises clients regarding the existence and scope of coverage, issues of policy interpretation, claims handling matters, timely payment of claims, bad faith, insurance code violations, and claim resolution. The firm also helps clients prepare a coverage dispute for the best possible resolution prior to litigation by negotiating on their behalf and, when appropriate, participating in early alternative dispute resolution. Coverage litigation may involve claims for declaratory judgment, breach of contract, bad faith, insurance code / statutory violations, deceptive trade practices and other related claims. The firm also partners with litigation and appellate boutique firms to augment their own coverage expertise on significant cases. For more information about the firm, visit


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