Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Invitation to Insurance Library Lunch & Learn on December 17 where I'll be presenting: The Good Faith, The Bad Faith, and the Ugly


The Insurance Library in Boston is a phenomenal resource for anyone who ever needs a deeper understanding of any insurance issue from commonplace to obscure.  From educational programs to absolutely top-notch reference librarians to insurance-related social events like a screening of Double Indemnity to an opportunity (in non-pandemic times, at least) to just soak in the historical insurance artifacts, maps, policies, and books available at the library, this institution is a gem for the insurance cognoscenti and wannabes alike.  

I am thrilled to be presenting a Zoom Lunch & Learn for the Library on insurance bad faith issues, "The Good Faith, the Bad Faith and the Ugly," on December 17, 2020 from 12:30 to 1:30.

You can register for the Lunch & Learn here.

Here's a full description:

The Good Faith, the Bad Faith, and the Ugly! 
About this Event 
The requirement that insurance companies act in good faith with respect to policyholders and claimants--codified in Massachusetts in Chapters 93A and 176D of the Massachusetts General Laws--can raise issues that are nuanced and complex. Veteran lawyer Nina Kallen, a specialist in insurance coverage and bad faith cases, will lead a discussion covering such topics as how an insurer should respond to a demand for coverage when coverage is questionable, or a demand for settlement when liability or damages are unclear and what are common pitfalls in responding to a 93A demand letter. 
How do I attend the event? 
The Library will send you a link to the Zoom login prior to the event. 
Do I have to have video? 
We think video will make the event feel more like an in-person gathering, so we are encouraging people to share video. We plan to record the event and make it available to members who are unable to attend the live event. We will also take screen shots during the event and may use them on our website and in social media posts after the event. 
If I can’t attend the event in real time, can I still submit a question I might have? 
Attendees appreciate the organic discussion that occurs during our virtual events. If you have a question you’d like addressed but you are unable to make it to the live meeting, please send it in advance and we will do our best to ask your question for you, email: 
How can I contact the organizer with any questions? 
Email Sarah Hart at:


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