Jacquelyn A. Beatty to Speak at Conference on Insurance Bad Faith Law in Washington
Karr Tuttle Campbell shareholder Jacquelyn A. Beatty will be among twelve professionals speaking at the “Insurance Bad Faith Law in Washington” conference in Seattle. The November 1 conference will be hosted by HB Litigation Conferences and chaired by Thomas M. Jones and William F. Knowles, both of Cozen O’Connor. Ms. Beatty will be speaking on the topic “Duty to Settle.”
This one-day conference provides corporate counsel, risk managers, legal counsel, and insurance professionals with important information about recent developments in bad faith law. Topics to be discussed include:
- Impact of Insurers Fair Claims Conduct Act on the Insurer-Policyholder Relationship
- Effective Claims Handling in Washington State
- Duty to Defend: Is There Every Any Question?
- Duty to Settle
- Duty of Defense Counsel
- Covenant Judgements, Assignments and the Reasonableness Hearing Process: Is Collusion Okay?
- Mediating Bad Faith Claims
Ms. Beatty focuses her practice on commercial civil litigation, concentrating primarily on bad faith and insurance coverage. She has been recognized numerous times for excellence in her field, receiving honors such as Seattle Met’s “Top 50 Women Lawyers” in Washington and Washington Law and Politics’ “Super Lawyer”. Ms. Beatty is a Washington State Co-Chair of Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) and is active in CLM’s Bad Faith and Coverage Committees.
The conference “Insurance Bad Faith Law in Washington” is complementary for In-House Counsel, Risk Managers and other Executives, with a one-per-company limit. For more information about this conference, click here.