Anderson Kill’s 15th Annual D&O Conference, “D&O Insurance in the Era of Technological and Enforcement Uncertainty,” will be presented Thursday, June 8, 2017, 3-5 p.m. EDT.
The event will be in the upper story of the D&D Building, 979 Third Ave., 14th Fl., New York 10022.
Directors and officers face an era of technological and enforcement uncertainty, the firm said in a news release.
Anderson Kill’s annual D&O conference will feature a review of 2016 and a look ahead to 2017 for D&O liability and insurance. The conference also will feature a hypothetical D&O claim arbitration to explore key D&O insurance coverage issues in the context of a cyber claim, and will include a panel of policyholder attorneys, an arbitrator and an insurance company attorney.
Every organization faces data breach risk, whether through inadvertent data disclosure, computer system malfunction, or computer hacking. Data breaches cause real and severe peril.
The session will address the interplay of D&O insurance with other insurance policies in cyber claims, including crime insurance, property insurance, GL coverage, and cyber specialty insurance policies.
In addition, a panel of D&O insurance brokers will review major emerging D&O risks and provide a state of the market, highlighting key coverage terms to seek and avoid.
A cocktail reception follows the event (5:00-6:30 p.m.).
The D&O conference is complimentary for general counsel and risk managers: Use CODE AK005
William G. Passannante, Esq.
Joshua Gold, Esq.
Chair, AK’s Cyberinsurance Group
Raymond A. Mascia, Jr., Esq.
Vivian Costandy Michael, Esq.
Jonathan E. Meer
Attorney at Law
Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
Roger M. Moak
R. Damian Brew
Managing Director, FINPRO
Marsh USA, Inc.
U.S. Financial Institutions Practice Leader
Aon’s Financial Services Group
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