The Emerging Insurance Coverage & Allocation Issues Conference Adds Highly Sought-after Experts, Brought Together by Perrin Conferences on May 14th, Philadelphia, PA

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The 3rd annual Emerging Insurance Coverage & Allocation Issues Conference opens with the Insurance Industry's foremost experts who delve into the imminent challenges being faced by key players in this complex landscape. To learn more and register, visit

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This one-day Insurance Litigation Conference in Philadelphia at The Rittenhouse Hotel on May 14, 2013 opens with an elite faculty including:

  • Thomas M. Ryan, President, Resolute Management, Inc. Boston, MA
  • Charles H. Mullin, PhD, Bates White Economic Consulting, Washington, DC
  • James F. Dorion, Global Practice Leader, Complex Liability Consulting, Marsh Risk Consulting, Chicago, IL
  • Robert F. Cusumano, Esq., General Counsel, ACE Limited, New York, NY

The discussion will include a national overview of pending cases that may impact the insurance coverage landscape; new issues in cases involving trigger, allocation and aggregate limits; products vs. non-products; how precedent setting decisions in 2012 will impact insurers going forward; as well as concussion litigation and the next battles in insurance coverage litigation. For more information and to register, visit

Additionally, the conference includes highly informative panels discussing:

  •     When and Where to Properly Allocate Liability
  •     How to Manage Liabilites Once They Hit
  •     Lessons Learned From a Decade of Catastrophic Events
  •     Employment Related Claims
  •     Insurance Issues in Bankruptcy Reorganization and Corporate Reanimation
  •     Cyber Security
  •     Insurer and Policyholder - The Future of Litigation Risk Management

For more information on gaining insights that cannot be found elsewhere, please visit or contact Lynnsey Perrin Hee at 610-804-6165.

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