Insurance Issues and COVID-19 - On Demand

John Houghtaling, Richard Lewis, and Charles Miller
Insurance Issues and COVID-19 - On Demand
Insurance Issues and COVID-19 - On Demand

Insurance Issues and COVID-19 - On Demand

John Houghtaling, Richard Lewis, and Charles Miller
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Life as we know it has changed with the arrival of COVID-19. As schools and businesses are shuttered, the impact on the economy is already being felt. Business owners have no choice but to turn to their insurance coverage to stay in business. To help you navigate the complexities of insurance coverage during this pandemic, nationally renowned insurance litigators John Houghtaling, Richard Lewis, and Charles Miller put this presentation together. 

The panel discuss the following during the presentation: 

  • triggers for coverage;
  • impact of civil authority orders to close;
  • reasons that may be used for denial of coverage; and 
  • best practices for guiding your clients through the storm.

Agenda

  • Details

    On Demand Program: 149 minutes
    Original Air Date: 04/01/2020
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Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs

Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program.

Life as we know it has changed with the arrival of COVID-19. As schools and businesses are shuttered, the impact on the economy is already being felt. Business owners have no choice but to turn to their insurance coverage to stay in business. To help you navigate the complexities of insurance coverage during this pandemic, nationally renowned insurance litigators John Houghtaling, Richard Lewis, and Charles Miller put this presentation together. 

The panel discuss the following during the presentation: 

  • triggers for coverage;
  • impact of civil authority orders to close;
  • reasons that may be used for denial of coverage; and 
  • best practices for guiding your clients through the storm.

Agenda

Speakers

John W. Houghtaling, II

John W. Houghtaling, II

Houghtaling is a nationally recognized attorney who is majority partner of New Orleans-based Gauthier Murphy & Houghtaling, LLC, the law firm credited with leading a class action lawsuit against Big Tobacco that led to a record $286 billion settlement.  Houghtaling filed the nation’s first lawsuits seeking a court opinion on COVID-19 business interruption claims for a restaurant group in New Orleans, La, and for America's most celebrated C... Learn More

Richard P Lewis

Richard P Lewis

Richard has experience litigating a wide variety of first- and third-party insurance coverage issues.  He also has experience in international arbitrations, assisting policyholders in securing coverage under Bermuda forms. Since 1998, a large portion of Richard’s practice has involved first-party or property insurance disputes for policyholders nationwide.  Richard handled a number of such cases stemming from the 2005 hurricanes, as well as fr... Learn More

Charles Miller

Charles Miller

Mr. Miller is a licensed attorney in California.  Since 1990, Mr. Miller’s practice has been devoted to insurance law.  Prior to 1990, Mr. Miller was employed in the insurance industry for 18 years, where he worked as an insurance claims representative and claims manager.  Mr. Miller has been retained in more than 15 states and territories, including Canada, as an expert on insurance industry practices and standards, as well as on various insu... Learn More

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