The Right to Independent Counsel – Who Gets to Select?

From the 2015 PLUS Professional Risk Symposium session “Settling for Escalating Defense Costs?,” moderator Gail Gottehrer, Esq. (Axinn Veltrop & Hardkrider) and panelist Richard A. Simpson, Esq. (Wiley Rein) look at the issue of independent counsel and whether the insurer or insured gets to select counsel in the event of a conflict.

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2015 PLUS Conference  |  2015 PLUS Cyber Liability Symposium

PLUS members can view this entire Conference session in the PLUS Multimedia Library.

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  1. Pingback: Video: Wiley Rein Partner Speaks During 2015 Professional Risk Symposium Panel | Wiley Rein, Executive Summary Blog

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