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Ensure Effective Transfer of Risk in Construction Agreements
Additional insured status and acquiring insurance coverage for contractual indemnifications are key methods of risk transfer in construction agreements. Understanding these two mechanisms and how they interplay is crucial to avoiding coverage issues in the event of a loss. In this program, seasoned faculty will clarify additional insured coverage and indemnification provisions - and teach you best practices for ensuring coverage. Build your knowledge - register today!
This program is designed for attorneys. Constructional professionals, insurance professionals and paralegals may also benefit.
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm Eastern Standard Time
Presenter: R. Jane Lynch
NBI, Inc. is a Certified Provider, as recognized by the Colorado Supreme Court Continuing Legal and Judicial Education Committee. This program has been accredited for 2.0 hours of General Colorado Continuing Legal Education Credit, including 0.0 ethics credit.
R. JANE LYNCH has more than 20 years of extensive experience and expertise in all aspects of insurance coverage, real estate litigation, business litigation and risk management. Her work with developers, home builders, lenders, and investors includes first-hand experience in litigating claims that could have been minimized or avoided through better risk management at the inception of the project. As a result, Ms. Lynch brings a unique perspective to managing all risk exposure for her clients. She has litigated real estate cases involving individual homeowner and homeowner association construction disputes; purchase and sale agreements; and insurance coverage disputes, including coverage for a mass tort national food poisoning claim. Her expertise includes the negotiation and settlement of difficult claims involving high-risk exposures such as mold and soils subsidence. Representing a large number of residential developers in California, Nevada and Arizona, Ms. Lynch's recent experience includes assisting with compliance with California's Right to Repair Act (SB 800), Energy Efficiency: Equity, Jobs and Green Buildings Act (AB 758), and accessibility for disabled persons requirements of the Civil Rights Act of 2005 (AB 1400), as well as Nevada's Revised Statutes Chapter 40 governing homeowners' pre-litigation requirements. Co-author of a number of professional publications, Ms. Lynch has been a featured speaker on risk management, insurance coverage, and mold and related construction issues at local, regional and national conferences of a number of industry and professional organizations. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles and her J.D. degree from the University of Southern California.
$219 / Each Additional