SESSIONS BY LEARNING TRACK
Can You "Drink" It All In?
Speaker(s): Robin Federici, CPCU, AAI, ARM, AINS, AIS, CPIW, Insurance Education & Training Associates
Common law does not hold the server of liquor liable for injuries caused by an intoxicated individual. But state statutes often do! Questions of host liquor and liquor liability often arise with many commercial insureds. Understanding the background of state statutes regarding those in the business of liquor better prepares us to answer some of these questions. This exposure and court interpretations of the CGL policy’s liquor liability exclusion have prompted some important GL coverage revisions. The current ISO CGL liquor liability exclusion has undergone two major changes: one that restricts coverage and one that provides an explicit grant of coverage. Join us and we’ll help you “drink in” the whole story.
Robin Federici , CPCU, AAI, ARM, AINS, AIS, CPIW has been writing and presenting insurance education programs to the insurance industry for over 30 years. She formed Insurance Education & Training Associates (IETA) in 2003, after serving the Independent Insurance Agents of Rhode Island (IIARI) for sixteen years; first as Director of Education and subsequently as Assistant Executive Vice President.
This followed a lengthy career in both underwriting and sales with insurance agencies and companies. Even during her agency and company days, Robin created education courses to present to her peers as a volunteer instructor for IIARI.
Robin is a technical insurance and agency management expert with the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America’s Virtual University. This role, coupled with her extensive background in both the agency and company ranks, and her love of teaching, adds a unique dimension and immediate and practical value to the programs she presents to insurance professionals countrywide.Robin is also the author of Swiss-Re's current E&O program - "E&O Management - Meeting the Challenge of Change".
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