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Discovery in insurance bad faith cases is highly involved and can quickly become thorny. Knowing what protections can be raised and how they can be bypassed is crucial to getting the evidence you need - or keeping it out of opposing counsel's hands. This guide will teach you strategies for handling contested issues in bad faith discovery. From claims files, institutional discovery, depositions of claim representatives and more, get the skills you need to win the discovery fight and take your case one step closer to a good outcome. Order today!
Session time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern
Presenter: Eliot M. Harris
This course has been approved by the State of Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar. Lawyers who complete this course may receive up to 1.50 hours of self-study CLE credit. No more than 5.0 hours of self-study CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period. Attorneys may not earn ethics or harassment and discrimination credit with self-study.
ELIOT M. HARRIS is a member in the Seattle office of Williams Kastner & Gibbs PLLC. He practices in Washington and Oregon, and focuses on commercial litigation with an emphasis on insurance coverage, including general liability coverage, intellectual property coverage, construction defect coverage, and professional liability coverage. Mr. Harris also has experience handling lawsuits involving catastrophic personal injuries, environmental toxic tort, product liability, construction, real estate, and business disputes. He was named a Rising Star for 2010-2012 and 2014-2016 by Washington Law and Politics Magazine. Mr. Harris served as a member of the Washington State Bar Association, Committee of Law Examiners (2008-2011); currently serves as a volunteer at the King County Bar Association’s Greenwood Legal Clinic in Seattle; and serves as chair-elect of the American Bar Association, Torts Trial and Insurance Practice Section, and the Toxic Torts and Environmental Law Committee. Mr. Harris earned his B.A. degree from the University of Washington and his J.D. degree from Seattle University School of Law.