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Cyber-Related Claims Explored by WSHB Firm Chairman and Co-Chair of CLM Conference

July 19, 2017

The present and future of management and resolution of cyber-related claims will be explored at a premier session titled “The Future is Here: The Impact of Cyber-Related Claims Across Professional Lines” at the 2017 CLM Management & Professional Liability Conference on July 28th. WSHB Firm Chairman Dan Berman, Co-Chair of the conference and CLM Advisory Board Member, joins a panel of top industry experts including Carrie Campi, Allied World Assurance Company, Ltd.; Anthony Dolce, Chubb; Daisy Lopez, Crum & Forster; and David Molitano, Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions.

“From lawyers to board members, medical professionals to real estate professionals, cyber activity is impacting virtually all facets of professional and management liability lines of business,” said Berman, a nationally recognized authority on commercial and business law.

Key discussion points for this engaging session are the state of claims management, trends in claims resolution, emerging insurance products, and strategies for improving claims and litigation handling management to obtain optimal results while dealing with cyber-related claims.

Dan’s legal work spans matters involving business issues, professional liability, real estate, intellectual property, entertainment endeavors, and construction-related issues. Dan has worked closely for many years with the domestic and London insurance markets, has successfully tried numerous complex cases to verdict, and has been instrumental in several groundbreaking favorable rulings in the appellate realm. Representing Fortune 500 companies and mid-market businesses, Dan is a recognized authority on commercial and business law, has received Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating of “AV Preeminent,” and has been selected a California “Super Lawyer” on numerous occasions.

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