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Mediation Part II - Ethical Dilemmas and Lessons Learned in Complex Liability Mediations; i.e. Don't Burn Your Bridges

Our Panelists

John Pyall of Munich Re

Jane Andrewartha of Clyde & Co

Barrie Beer of MDJW
 

In part two of our mediation series, our panelists will discuss the challenges of what is involved in mediating a complex loss scenario using a recent wildfire claim.

The aim is to guide participants through the issues they may face with a contentious mediation.  This includes navigating the mediator's considerations in addition to the challenges one might face with multiple insurers having different perspectives.

Our speakers will explain why the position of the insurers isn't as clear cut as it might appear, providing possible solutions to the seasoned professionals and insight to those that have yet to be involved in such complex mediations.

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This event is open to all in-house claims professionals.  If you have a colleague that might be interested, please extend the invite and let them know that Part I was at capacity.

RSVP by 29th March by emailing

Nancy Jeakins at

womeinclaims@mdd.com

MDD Forensic Accountants

Marlow House

1a Lloyds Avenue

London, EC3N 3AA

4th April 2019

4.00 pm - Registration

4.30 pm - Introduction & Presentation

5.30 pm - Reception

Habit

Friary Court

65 Crutched Friars

London

EC2N 2AE

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