10th Annual

Employment Practices Liability Insurance

Monday, January 31, 2005

About

Over the last nine years, more than 750 EPL professionals have gathered for discussion and comprehensive analysis of legal developments at American Conference Institute's premier events. With the significant developments over the past 12 months, this year's 10th Annual Employment Practices Litigation Insurance conference promises to be especially important. Key decisions of various courts from across the United States will have wide-ranging implications for workplace litigation. Electronic discovery techniques have taken on a critical importance for both insurers and corporations. And, class action suits are continuing to explode at an unprecedented rate. Now, more than ever, insurance professionals and attorneys need to be up-to-date on the latest EPL developments.

With an outstanding panel of the top insurance industry executives, in-house counsel, judges, leading employment attorneys, EEOC representatives and human resources professionals, this publication will provide you with invaluable information and insights.

Contents & Contributors

About

Over the last nine years, more than 750 EPL professionals have gathered for discussion and comprehensive analysis of legal developments at American Conference Institute's premier events. With the significant developments over the past 12 months, this year's 10th Annual Employment Practices Litigation Insurance conference promises to be especially important. Key decisions of various courts from across the United States will have wide-ranging implications for workplace litigation. Electronic discovery techniques have taken on a critical importance for both insurers and corporations. And, class action suits are continuing to explode at an unprecedented rate. Now, more than ever, insurance professionals and attorneys need to be up-to-date on the latest EPL developments.

With an outstanding panel of the top insurance industry executives, in-house counsel, judges, leading employment attorneys, EEOC representatives and human resources professionals, this publication will provide you with invaluable information and insights.

Contents & Contributors

THE BETTERLEY REPORT
Richard S. Betterley, Betterley Risk Consultants, Inc.

UNDERWRITING EPLI: THE EMPLOYER'S GOOD-FAITH EFFORTS TO TRAIN MANAGERS
Peter Uzzi, Hartford Financial Products

DENYING EPLI CLAIMS WITHOUT FACING BAD FAITH ALLEGATIONS
Mark E. Cohen, McCormack & Epstein
Donna E. Hess, McCormack & Epstein

ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT DISPUTES
Victor A. Cavanaugh, Elarbee, Thompson, Sapp & Wilson, LLP
Wayne L. Helsby, Allen, Norton & Blue, P.A.
Richard I. Lehr, Lehr Middlebrooks Price & Vreeland, P.C.

STATE OF THE ART RISK MANAGEMENTS TECHNIQUES FOR INVESTIGATING EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE VIOLATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE
Eric A. Schneider, Anderson McPharlin & Conners LLP
Caryl Winter, Law Offices of Caryl Winter

CASE LAW PERTAINING TO EMPLOYMENT INVESTIGATIONS
Eric A. Schneider, Anderson McPharlin & Conners LLP

INVESTIGATING COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION AND HARASSMENT: POINTERS FOR DOING IT RIGHT
Caryl Winter, Law Offices of Caryl Winter

PRO-ACTIVE LITIGATION STRATEGIES IN EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION
Gerald L. Maatman, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Wendi Boyden, Lexington Insurance Company

EMPLOYMENT LAW BEHIND ENEMY LINES: THE PLAINTIFF'S PERSPECTIVE
Stephen H. Kahn, Kahn Opton

COST-EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION
Leslie A. Lanusse, Adams and Reese
Ben C. Rogers, Adams and Reese

SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS IN RETALIATION LAW
Alison B. Marshall, Jones Day

REDUCING LIABILITY AND DAMAGE AWARDS IN WHISTLEBLOWING AND RETALIATION CASES
Paul J. Siegel, Jackson Lewis LLP

THE LEADING EMPLOYMENT LAW CLASS AND COLLECTIVE ACTION DECISIONS OF 2004
Charles C. Jackson, Seyfarth Shaw
Gerald L. Maatman, Seyfarth Shaw

LITIGATING AND EEOC CLAIM: HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST THE NEWEST PLAINTIFF
Leslie A. Lajewski, Grotta, Glassman & Hoffman, P.C.

10TH ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY INSURANCE SEMINAR
The Honorable Mark Bennett, U. S. District Court, Northern District of Iowa

RESPONDING TO PROBLEM SITUATIONS WITH EMPLOYEES
Mercedes Colwin, New York State Division of Human Rights
Deborah Swindells Donovan, New York State Division of Human Rights

PREPARING AN EFFECTIVE DEFENSE RESPONSE TO AN ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY REQUEST IN AN EPL CASE
Joan E. Feldman, Computer Forensics Inc.

DOCUMENT RETENTION POLICIES AND ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE IN EMPLOYMENT CASES
Francis V. Cook, Grotta, Glassman & Hoffman, P.C.



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