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The Associated Press (AP) in London quoted an investigator with Europol's European Crime Center in The Hague who said they are seeing "an unprecedented number of cyberscams that include phishing for financial data, viruses, credit card fraud and others."
Vinny Sakore of ICSA Labs explains why not all clouds are equal when it comes to security. Sakore spoke at the NetDiligence ® Cyber Risk [...]
HB is pleased to announce the release of the agenda and speakers for its annual Lead Litigation Conference which will be held October 18-19, 2012, [...]
James Veach, a partner at Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass discusses the Federal Insurance Office and the potential impact of its pending report. Click below [...]
Congratulations and thank you to the chairs and faculty of the (Re)Insurance Industry Outlook 2012 held in New York City on March 28. Those in [...]
Not only are HB Litigation Conferences an excellent way to learn about recent developments that affect the law of the litigations in which you work, [...]
HB Litigation Conferences announces the agenda for its (Re)Insurance Industry Outlook 2012, a cutting-edge seminar for (re)insurance industry professionals, which this year takes the place [...]
Does your business span the globe? Don’t miss the opportunity to hear perspectives from 8 countries in one day: Australia, Bermuda, Brazil, Hong Kong, Switzerland, [...]
Although there have been a number of high-profile lawsuits recently involving data breaches, the vast majority of these breaches involve smaller companies and never actually [...]
Dealing with construction defects litigation often involves finding creative ways to bring money to the table to resolve disputes. Katherine Smith Dedrick of Risk Worldwide spoke at HB's Construction Litigation Leaders' Forum on March 3 in Marina del Rey, Calif., and explained how her firm has used property policies to help resolve [...]
Supreme Court Spotlight on AEP v. Connecticut: The Future of Climate Change Cases, Injuries and Coverage
What is at issue in AEP v. Connecticut? How will the case affect the future of climate change litigation and other types of litigation? How does it fit in with state and federal regulatory and legislative efforts and international schemes related to climate change? What are the insurance coverage [...]
Healthcare spending in the United States is about five percent higher than any other G7 country, due to increased diseases caused by the way we [...]
How will the low market penetration of insurance for damages caused by earthquakes and tsunamis in Japan affect the insurance and reinsurance market? Warren R. Isom of Willis Re, spoke at the 18th Annual Insurance Insolvency & Reinsurance Roundtable on March 30 in Phoenix, sponsored by HB Litigation Conferences, and discussed how coverage is [...]
It's almost been a year since the explosion on the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig and the ensuing massive spill in the Gulf of Mexico. [...]
What are the differences between how courts on the east coast versus the west coast handle Construction Defects litigation? Ed Martinet of LiMa Solutions has experience working on both coasts and discussed their similarities and differences during the Construction Litigation Leaders' Forum on March 3 in Marina Del Rey, Calif., sponsored by HB Litigation Conferences. Martinet also talks about recent advances in courtroom technology and how attorneys can use them to their advantage.
HB is producing two seminars, one in San Francisco and the other in Philadelphia, on the legal and insurance ramifications presented by the enormous and in many instances uncertain damage to the environment, business, and human life. Please watch this page and our email announcements for further details.
Jeffrey D. Masters is partner with Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP in Los Angeles, where he defends builders and developers in construction defect disputes, but he primarily serves insureds as insurance coverage counsel. HB talked to Masters from his office in Los Angeles about the drivers behind the Forum and some of what will be addressed. This is what he told us.
Howard Schweitzer of Cozen O’Connor gave the keynote presentation at the HB Litigation Conferences seminar titled “Regulation of International Business: Important Considerations for Insurance & Reinsurance” on Sept. 23, 2010, in Washington, DC. Schweitzer provides strategic advisory services to U.S. and multinational clients on a variety of issues involving the U.S. government. Before joining Cozen, Schweitzer was COO of the $700 Troubled Asset Relief Program, appointed to that post by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.
The Future of Climate Change Cases, Injuries and CoverageDate: June 30, 2011 Time: 2:00 - 4:00 PM ET
PHILADELPHIA - March 25, 2010 - Are U.S. companies taking data security seriously? According to a study by Verizon Business RISK Team, nine out of [...]
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K&L Gates, Steptoe & Johnson Attorneys Chairing Asbestos Insurance Litigation Conference, HB Announces
PHILADELPHIA – March 8, 2010 – Philip Hecht of K&L Gates and Harry Lee of Steptoe & Johnson will chair the “Asbestos Insurance Litigation Conference” [...]
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 1, 2010 -- HB Litigation Conferences announced today that Howard Schweitzer, former Chief Operating Officer of TARP, has been added as a [...]
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