This course is part of the core curriculum for the following designations:
Each designation course is independent of the others and you may complete them in any order you choose.
This course is designed to give a moderately experienced insurance person a detailed look at:
The first part of the course begins by describing the most important common law (i.e., law based on judicial decisions) exposures to employment litigation, and continues by discussing the leading statutory exposures to such claims.
Next, the underwriting of Employment Practices Liability (EPL) insurance is analyzed, followed by a description of methods to control employment claims. The first part of the course concludes by examining the various sources of EPL insurance coverage.
The second part of the course takes a detailed look at the specific coverage terms within EPLI policy forms, including covered persons/organizations and covered acts provisions. Next, it discusses third-party liability coverage, along with “damages” and “claim” definitions. Claims management, defense cost, and “special conditions” are also described.
The course concludes with an analysis of exclusions and coverage triggers contained within the policies.
REGISTRATION: 8:30 a.m.
CLASS TIME: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.