Edwards Wildman Speakers:
Joshua P. Broudy, Alexander G. Henlin
When fire or another casualty damages a commercial building, businesses may suffer financial hardship beyond lost income and costs to repair the property. In most situations, a prudent business owner is likely to incur expenses that fall outside the scope of those normally seen in the business's day-to-day operations. The nature of those expenses is as varied as the circumstances of each loss.
This program will provide an overview of what extra expense insurance coverage is, and how US courts have applied it to particular claims. With escalating estimates of the amount of damage sustained by US interests as a result of Hurricane Sandy, our team is replaying this presentation for both European and US-based audiences, followed by a live question and answer session.Biographies:Joshua P. Broudy
represents U.S. and international clients in connection with complex insurance coverage, reinsurance, insurance insolvency, and business and commercial disputes. He represents insurers, reinsurers, brokers, insureds and other participants in the insurance industry in litigation in state and federal courts, as well as arbitrations. He regularly provides coverage and claims advice on a wide variety of issues involving commercial insurance and reinsurance contracts, including errors and omissions liability, directors and officers liability, commercial general liability, and first-party property insurance. He is resident in Edwards Wildman's office in Hartford, Connecticut.Alexander G. Henlin
represents U.S. and international insurance and reinsurance carriers and other business entities in a wide variety of complex claims and coverage matters, as well as commercial disputes. He regularly counsels clients on issues involving commercial general liability, errors and omissions liability, and directors and officers liability insurance coverage, and has experience litigating property, business income, and contents claims under first-party insurance policies. Mr. Henlin is resident in Edwards Wildman's office in Boston, Massachusetts.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 hours.
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.
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