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Please join us on October 5, 2017 as we discuss insurance company’s liability for failure to settle arising in both first-party and third-party contexts, including a primary focus on third-party claims and the jurisdictions of the federal 9th Circuit and the federal 11th Circuit.
Our topics will include:
Bad Faith Claims in California and the 9th Circuit
Bad Faith Claims in Georgia and the 11th Circuit
Camacho v. Nationwide
The webinar will begin at 2:00 p.m. and end at 3:00 pm.
As always, there is no charge for our webinar. We hope to see you there!
If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Bennett at [email protected].
For information on our presenters, see below:
David G. Molinari
Mr. Molinari has over 26 years practice experience defending numerous clients throughout California and Arizona. Mr. Molinari has defended national title insurers against claims of bad faith seeking extra-contractual damages. He has defended Fidelity National Title and Chicago Title companies against insureds challenging denials of claims, denials of tenders for defense and indemnity, and in subsequent litigation and arbitration brought by policy holders.
Jessica C. Samford
Associate Dirct Dial: 770.303.8640 [email protected]
Ms. Samford practices in Freeman Mathis & Gary’s Insurance Coverage and Professional Liability sections. Ms. Samford defends legal professionals as part of the Lawyers Liability Practice Team and, on the insurance side, has experience representing insurance professionals and insurance companies in various liability and bad faith claims in and out of the courtroom. A large part of Ms. Samford’s practice also includes insurance coverage analysis and litigation, including declaratory judgment actions.
* Note – FMG applies for Continuing Education and Continuing Legal Education Credit in multiple states. Until a course is approved by a particular state, we cannot guarantee credit. You must be present (online or in-person) during the full session to receive credit.