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The 10 most important issues General Counsel should know about Risk Transfer involving Insurance

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April 27, 2016
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
In person: 1210-20 Toronto Street, Toronto; Online: Webinar

Insurance policies are not only important risk transference mechanisms for your company, they are also important legal documents. As such, corporate counsel needs to understand the important features of insurance policies in light of the corporate structure and the risks being transferred. Topics to be addressed will include:

  • Important matters to consider in the application process and what to do if errors are discovered
  • The policy structure and how to ensure that risks are properly transferred
  • Some pitfalls that counsel should be aware of
  • What to do if a claim arises
  • Dealing with insurer’s claims departments

McMillan Speakers:
Frank Palmay (Moderator) – Co-Chair, Financial Services Regulatory and Cybersecurity
Carol Lyons – Co-Chair, Insurance, Financial Services Regulatory

This session is complimentary for CCCA Members.

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