Complimentary Edwards Wildman Webinar – LIBOR Litigation: Spotlight on Insurance Coverage


    Edwards Wildman Speakers:  John D. Hughes, Mary-Pat Cormier, Charles Proctor

    This program will briefly address the origins of the LIBOR isue and the background facts allegedly supporting the LIBOR claims brought in the US; then the nature of those claims, the defendants, and the defenses asserted by those defendants; and then finally the types of insurances policies implicated by these claims; and the coverage issues which these claims will raise with respect to these policies.


    John D. Hughes practice has focused on advising liability insurers of financial institutions, particularly banks, investment advisers, mutual funds, venture capital funds, and insurance and securities brokers on claims under ERISA, the Investment Company and Investment Advisers Acts of 1940, federal and state securities laws and state law on negligence and breach of fiduciary duty.

    Mary-Pat Cormier focuses her practice in the areas of financial services and securities litigation, including disputes arising out of both coverage and bad faith claims handling against professional and specialty lines liability carriers.

    Charles Proctor is a partner in the London office. He practices in the banking and financial services fields. He is currently advising clients on the LIBOR issue, the legal impact of a eurozone break-up and other areas of current concern within the markets. He is the author of several published textbooks in the fields of banking, financial and monetary law.

    Continuing Legal Education:

    Edwards Wildman Palmer is an accredited provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York. This course may be used for 1 CLE credit hour.

    Note: Although multiple participants are welcome to join this program, any person who seeks CLE credit for attendance must be logged in individually and remain logged in throughout the duration of the program to receive credit.

    To REGISTER for this Webinar, CLICK HERE.

    There is no charge for this webinar.

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