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Scott Godes to Speak About Insurance Coverage for Asbestos Claims at ACI’s 18th National Advanced Forum on Asbestos Claims & Litigation

November 17, 2014 |  claims

Scott Godes

Scott N. Godes

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Áèçíåñ ñåìèíàð. Business seminar.Scott Godes, a partner with Barnes & Thornburg, will be speaking at the upcoming American Conference Institute’s (ACI) 18th National Advanced Forum on Asbestos Claims & Litigation held January 15-16 in Philadelphia. Scott’s session is Insurance Coverage Issues: Pursuing Claims Against Bankrupt, Dissolved, or Defunct Entities; Issues Involving Joint Insurers and Non-Settling Insurers; Trigger, Exhaustion and Allocation Nuances; Assignment of Policies and Proceeds; and Developments with Respect to CUMIS Counsel. The presentation will include:

  • A review of the Continental Casualty (aka Keasbey) case that allowed plaintiffs to proceed against a company not in business anymore but still had an insurance policy in place
  • Developments in the law regarding asbestos claimants’ ability to proceed against defunct entities
  • In-depth analysis of what happens to insurance policies still in place after a business is defunct, dissolved or bankrupt
  • And much more
Note: Register by this Friday, Nov. 21, to be eligible for an early-bird discount. Click here to learn more and register today! Join the conversation. Follow ACI on LinkedIn and Twitter, using the hashtag #ACIASBESTOS.

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