Fair Competition and Playing the Litigation Game

  • August 09, 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Tustin Centre - Santa Ana

JOIN US for a live event | webinar on August 9th! 
See details below.



Option 1 - Live Event
Enjoy a stimulating classroom setting? Join us in person for our August quarterly continuing education program, featuring Fair Competition PLUS Playing the Litigation Game. To register, click the button below.

Tustin Centre | 1551 N. Tustin Avenue, Ste. 150 | Santa Ana 92705 
Registration: 8:30 AM |Fair Competition: 9 to 10 AM | Playing the Litigation Game Presentation: 10:10 AM to 12:20 PM

Parking: $12 - Payable with Credit/Debit Card Only or Parking available in shopping center lot across street at $0.

Option 2 - Webinar
Unable to join us in person? Attend this 3-hour CE presentation via webinar in the comfort of your own office.  To register, click the button below (a few days prior to webinar, registrants will receive an email with instruction on how to log-in to course).


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Cost to Attend: Member - $0 | Non-Member: $50
Fair Competition
Course Number: 303050 | 1-Hour CE | 9 to 10 AM

This seminar is designed to inform the insurance professional of the statutory and case law regarding fair and unfair competition.  This aspect of law affects the hiring of employees from competitors, the protection and preservation of trade secrets and proprietary information (such as renewal lists, underwriting guidelines, marketing strategies), and what constitutes false advertising.  It will educate the attendees on what constitutes proprietary information and trade secrets, how to protect such information from disclosure, and what to do if that information gets into the hands of a competitor.  We will address topics such as employment contracts, and the types of non-competition and non-solicitation provisions between an insurance brokerage and its employees.





Playing the Litigation Game
Course Number: 234767 | 2-Hour CE |  10:10 AM to 12:20 PM
This seminar is designed to inform the insurance professional about the need for proper documentation of underwriting files, and the impact it may have on the ability to defend against errors and omissions claims.  It will educate the attendees on ways to avoid unnecessary E&O claims through proper documentation and effective communication, and will address many real-life case studies where improper documentation resulted in liability assessed against insurance professionals, what constitutes proprietary information and trade secrets, how to protect such information from disclosure, and what to do if that information gets into the hands of a competitor. 

Instructor    

Kristi W. Dean, Esq

Stone | Dean LLP

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