Ethical Decisions of the Future

Mar 15

Ethical Decisions of the Future

Mar 15 2017 - Mar 15 2017

As a CPCU Society member, you can access this webinar.

This webinar is presented by the CPCU Society and the Agent & Broker, Ethics, and Coverage, Litigators, Educators & Witnesses Interest Groups.

Ethical Decisions of the Future: Ethical Issues in Programming and Insuring Driverless Vehicles

Wednesday, March 15, 2017  2:00 pm Eastern

What it’s about:

This is an interactive webinar discussing the ethical dilemmas involved with driverless cars. The impact of this technology on underwriting and coverage forms, and how an individual's organizational role may affect his or her ethical decision-making will also be covered.

At the conclusion of this webinar, the active participant will understand:

  • The ethical issues involving driverless cars
  • How driverless cars will impact the insurance industry
  • How insurance professionals can have an impact on this new technology


Individual Pricing:

CPCU Society members: FREE
Nonmembers: $79

Group Pricing (Unlimited Participants at One Location):

CPCU Society members: FREE
Nonmembers: $189

Non-CPCU Society Members: To purchase this recorded webinar, please contact

Continuing Education for CPCUs

CPCUs who attend will be awarded one credit hour towards the CE for CPCUs program. Learn more about Continuing Education for CPCUs here.



Harold Weston

Harold Weston teaches masters courses in risk management, insurance, personal financial planning and legal studies at Georgia State University. He is a member of the California and Georgia Bar Associations and holds the CPCU, RPLU and ARM designations.

Previously, Weston was engaged in private and corporate legal practice and as a consultant on insurance and risk management and governance. He also has experience as senior counsel for a major property-casualty insurer in its coverage counsel office and its general counsel office.

Weston has been active with CPCU Society chapters for many years and has served as director and president of the Atlanta chapter.



James R. Jones

James Jones is executive director of the Katie School of Insurance and Financial Services at Illinois State University. Previously, he was director of claims education and director of the Center for Performance Improvement at The Institutes. Jones also serves as an expert witness on cases involving bad faith and breaches of fiduciary responsibility.

 Jones served as a CPCU Society national governor and has chaired the Central Illinois Ethics Committee for 10 years. He is on the CPCU Society Nominating Committee and the Central Illinois CPCU Society Chapter board. Jones also serves as chair of the Griffith Insurance Education Foundation and on the CPCU-Loman Education Foundation leadership council.

Mike Lawrence

Mike Lawrence is retired from a 40-year career at GEICO, where he mostly worked in agency management. He currently chairs the CPCU Society Ethics Committee and has served on Society task forces, as a regional governor, as a member of the Ethics Committee, and as president and vice president of the Middle Georgia CPCU Society Chapter.

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At this time none of the webinars are approved for CE in any state.


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