D&O Insurance Claims and Insolvency

D&O Insurance Claims and Insolvency

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Recorded in April 2019
How to maximise Directors’ & Officers’ insurance recoveries in insolvency 
In this informative and practical webinar, K&L Gates, London partners Sarah Turpin, Jonathan Lawrence and Clare Tanner discuss how you, as an insolvency practitioner, can maximise Directors’ & Officers’ insurance recoveries in an insolvency procedure. They cover a number of key subjects including:
•   Ways to spot claims against Directors & Officers who have D&O insurance cover
•   Types of claim typically covered
•   Common D&O policy exclusions
•   Consequences of “claims made” nature of D&O cover
•   Possible ways for an IP to extend cover
•   Maximising recoveries in the D&O context for the benefit of the insolvency estate


Jonathan Lawrence, K&L Gates LLP
Jonathan has been a finance partner in the London office since 2005. Alongside his general banking and finance work, he concentrates his practice on restructuring & insolvency matters - Legal 500 UK 2017 Corporate restructuring and insolvency “‘impressive’ team head Jonathan Lawrence”.
Clare Tanner, K&L Gates LLP
Clare is a special counsel in the commercial disputes practice group. She is involved in the resolution of a broad range of domestic and cross-border commercial disputes with a particular focus on insolvency, banking and finance, fraud and pensions matters.

Sarah Turpin, K&L Gates LLP
Sarah is a partner within the Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Insurance Coverage practice groups. Sarah advises policyholders in relation to claims under a wide variety of insurance products, including Professional indemnity/ Errors & Omissions, Directors & Officers’ Liability, Pension Trustee Liability, Crime/Fidelity, Public and Product Liability, Property/Business Interruption, Credit Risk/ Pecuniary Loss and Cyber/Technology Risks. She assists businesses looking to maximize their insurance recoveries and acts for policyholders in relation to disputed claims, if necessary through litigation, mediation or arbitration. 

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Webinar details:

Duration: 1 hour

Cost: £50 +VAT

Terms and Conditions: The webinar fee of £50 +VAT is based on one delegate viewing. In the event that the number changes, R3 should be notified and additional payment will be required.