WSHB's Michelle Arbitrio will take to the stage at the 2019 CLM Cyber, Management, and Professional Liability Conference at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel on July 11, 2019 at 10:35 AM. This conference is a fully reinvented event that offers its participants unprecedented knowledge and access to leaders in the profession. Attendees will have a unique professional opportunity to share their expertise in partnership with other authorities from across the country while building relationships. WSHB is proud to be a Diamond Sponsor of this CLM event.

Michelle will be speaking alongside Rose Charles (Sompo International Insurance), Matthew Rabin (York), and Bob Titus (Suite 200 Solutions) on a panel entitled "Professional, D&O and EPL Issues Relating to Mass Shootings". This panel will explore the risks and claims that board members, executives, insurers, brokers, and resolution specialists could potentially face in the event of a mass shooting. It will also provide pragmatic discussions and takeaways for preparation, response and resolution of claims relating to mass shootings from the perspectives of claims analysts and defense counsel with experience in employment, professional, and directors & officers liability matters.

“The unfortunate increase in the frequency of mass shootings has caused risk managers in educational, hospitality, entertainment, security and other industries to evaluate methods for taking precautions to ensure safety of their facilities, and seeking insurance to protect against potential liability exposure if a mass shooting occurs,” said Ms. Arbitrio.

Michelle is a Partner at WSHB who primarily specializes in complex commercial, securities, employment and professional liability litigation matters. She is licensed to practice in New York and Connecticut.

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