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LUNCH & LEARN - Contractual Risk Shifting Through Master Service Agreements: Who Ultimately Pays?
AIMU Training Room at 14 Wall Street, Suite 820, New York, NY 10005
Remote option is available. In-Class attendance is limited to 22.
Jenny E. Michel
Partner | Lafayette and New Orleans Managing Partner
Contractual defense, indemnity and additional insured obligations and the coverage afforded for them often determine who bears losses (personal injury, property damage, pollution clean up. . . ) arising during exploration, drilling or production operations. This discussion will include assessing risk shifting through Master Service Agreements, including:
- Responding to or making defense, indemnity and additional assured demands
- Analyzing contracts to assess the scope and enforceability of defense, indemnity and additional insured claims
- Considering whether there would likely be coverage for contractually assumed defense and Indemnity
- Considering coverage potentially afforded to additional assureds, based on the contract and additional assured endorsements and the limits to which additional insureds may be entitled.
Who Should Attend:
Underwriters, brokers, claims handlers, insureds dealing with marine, energy and construction risks.
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