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Coronavirus: A Primer on Insurance Implications
Arising from a Global Pandemic
Speaker: Paul S. White
COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, has made headlines around the world and increased global health concerns. This webinar will discuss insurance coverage issues related to the current outbreak and efforts to contain it. We will discuss the modern history of pandemics, their threat to the world, and the background of coronavirus, as well as implications under commercial property, event cancellation, general liability, errors & omissions, and directors & officers insurance.
Presented by the Risk Management Interest Group
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Paul S. White
Paul S. White is a partner in the Wilson Elser’s Los Angeles office. Paul focuses his practice on complex insurance coverage and bad faith litigation and represents defendants in commercial litigation. Paul's insurance coverage practice includes advising and representing insurers in bad faith litigation and insurance policy disputes, including first-party property policies, general liability coverage, errors and omissions insurance, and media liability insurance. He also advises and represents insurers in subrogation actions on property losses. In addition, Paul has litigated and arbitrated disputes throughout the United States involving domestic and foreign insurance agents and brokers in all lines of coverage. He has broad experience in the business practices of all types of insurance intermediaries, including brokers at every level in the broking process, from producers to managing general agents to London Market brokers.
Paul regularly speaks and publishes for groups such as DRI, the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS), Property & Liability Resource Bureau/Liability Insurance Research Bureau (PLRB/LIRB), the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, and the National Business Institute on insurance coverage issues, including, among others, intellectual property, bad faith, professional liability, employment, environmental and construction defects. In 2016, Paul received the Outstanding Presenter award from PLRB. He is a former chair of DRI’s Insurance Law Committee.