31 05, 2012

FDIC Claims Against D&Os of Failed Banks

By |2012-05-30T18:02:10-05:00May 31, 2012|D&O|0 Comments

In this clip from the 2012 PLUS Webinar “FDIC Claims Against Directors & Officers and Other Third Party Professionals of Failed Banks” Michael K. O'Connell (Aon Financial Institutions Practice) looks at the current trend of bank failures and how it compares to the Savings & Loan crisis. PLUS members can view this entire Webinar by visiting www.plusweb.org/education/multimedia. You must be a member and logged-in to the website to view the multimedia content. Session panelists not featured in this clip: Andrew Pearson (Barbican Syndicate, Lloyd's), Christopher Tirro (Chartis) and moderator Ivan J. Dolowich (Kaufman Dolowich Voluck & Gonzo LLP).

29 05, 2012

Medical Professional Claims: Where Are They Headed?

By |2012-05-29T08:28:01-05:00May 29, 2012|Med PL, Medical PL Symposium|0 Comments

In this clip from the 2012 PLUS Medical PL Symposium session entitled “Medical Professional Claims: Where Are They Headed?” John O'Byrne, Esq. (Mendes & Mount, LLP) and Doug McCullough, Esq. (The Doctors Company) look at how Med PL claims are trending. For more Medical PL coverage don’t miss the free webinar on June 5 “HIPAA for Risk Managers: Meet the New HIPAA.” PLUS members can view this entire educational session by visiting www.plusweb.org/education/multimedia. You must be a member and logged-in to the website to view the multimedia content. Session panelists not featured in this clip: Laurel Byerly, J.D. [...]

25 05, 2012

On Sports & Politics – Do Voters Simply “Root for Laundry”?

By |2012-05-25T08:20:04-05:00May 25, 2012|FTTCF|0 Comments

Happy Memorial Day Weekend Friday loyal PLUS blog readers! This week's Fall Through the Cracks Friday, compliments of the Freakonomics blog looks at how voters are like sports fans - changing their opinions on the key issues based on who is in control at the time. From the post: When pollsters ask Republicans and Democrats whether the president can do anything about high gas prices, the answers reflect the usual partisan divisions in the country. About two-thirds of Republicans say the president can do something about high gas prices, and about two-thirds of Democrats say he can’t. But six years [...]

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