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A Practical Guide to Common Ethical Dilemmas for Coverage Lawyers and Defense Counsel

State Bar of Texas 11th Annual Advanced Insurance Law Course
04.24.14

12:15-1 p.m. CDT

Gardere Insurance Partner David H. Timmins will be giving a luncheon presentation on "A Practical Guide to Common Ethical Dilemmas for Coverage Lawyers and Defense Counsel" at the State Bar of Texas 11th Annual Advanced Insurance Law Course. Presenting alongside Alan Freudenheim, litigation claim technical director for Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, and Attorney Amy Stewart, Mr. Timmins will cover Tilley, billing guidelines and captive law firms.

The State Bar of Texas Insurance Law Section brings together members of the Texas Bar who have an interest in one or more substantive areas of insurance law; improves the standards of professional competence of insurance law practitioners; creates a forum to develop, analyze and recommend actions to improve the insurance law system and to enhance public understanding of that system; and more.

MCLE credit, including ethics, will be available for course attendees. More information and registration options can be accessed here.

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