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2022 TIPS Section Conference

2022 TIPS Section Conference

Presented by the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) of the American Bar Association (ABA)

CLE Conference Reception Credit: Pending: General CLE is 13.83 in 60 min states and 16.60 in 50 min states; Specialty Ethics 2.5 in 60 min and 3.0 in 50 min; Elimination of Bias 1.33 in 60 min states and 1.60 in 50 min state; Skills 1.25 in 60 min state and 1.50 in 50 min states

Join ABA TIPS and your colleagues in Baltimore, Maryland for the premier CLE conference for insurance, defense, corporate, and plaintiffs' attorneys. In addition to great programming, you will have an opportunity to network with corporate counsel representatives from around the country. Here are some highlights for this year's Section Conference:

  • 14+ CLE Credit Hours and 2+ Hours of Ethics Credit available
  • Wednesday night Welcome Reception and Liberty Achievement Award
  • Thursday night Reception and Dinner - a ticketed event that you dont want to miss!
  • Friday Networking Lunch with a Keynote Speaker - ticketed event

Featured Panel:

Recent Developments Concerning Molestation Claims
2:00 - 3:00 PM | Thursday, April 28, 2022

With the recent news concerning the allegations against Larry Nasser and US Gymnastics and the activity sparked by the revival statutes for sexual assault claims enacted by several jurisdictions, the insurance industry will likely continue to grapple with molestation claims for years to come. These claims raise issues across nearly every aspect of the industry. This panel will provide a background of the law regarding molestation claims and describe the types of claims being made; discuss the increase in claims and the types of insurance policies implicated; analyze select policy terms, number of occurrences, and trigger; and discuss theories of liability. On the reinsurance side, the panel will discuss the insurer’s determination of the number of occurrences or events; notice issues; aggregation and allocation; and “follow the fortunes”/“follow the settlements” provisions in reinsurance contracts.

Andrew S. Nadolna, Esq. | JAMS, New York, NY


  • Amy Kallal | Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass, New York, NY
  • Gary Gassman | Cozen O’Connor, Chicago, IL
  • Richard C. Mason |, Langhorne, PA
  • Natasha Romagnoli | Blank Rome, New York, NY

Featured People

Andrew Nadolna
  • Business Commercial
  • Class Action & Mass Tort
  • Construction
  • Cybersecurity & Privacy
  • Employment Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Insurance
  • International & Cross-Border
  • Personal Injury/Torts
  • Professional Liability
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